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Mission Bay Gets a Makeover

San Francisco’s Mission Bay redevelopment is one of the West Coast’s highest-profile brownfield projects, transforming former railyards into a mixed-use, mixed-density extension of the urban fabric. The site is home to several thousand existing or planned residential units, nearly 50 acres of public parks and open space, major bioscience and technology employment centers, and the new campus of the University of California, San Francisco medical school. The Mission Bay project was many years in the making, shepherded since 1998 by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and a team of private-sector partners led by the former Catellus Development Group. Now a unit of ProLogis, Catellus is master developer for Mission Bay, overseeing and coordinating the efforts of numerous third party residential and commercial vertical developers, including the city’s own Redevelopment Agency. The project integrates public open space and civic uses which transfer to the City of San Francisco through phased completion.…Log In to Read Full Article

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