Mission Rock/Seawall Lot 337, San Francisco CA

Across from the AT&T Park home of the SF Giants, Mission Rock/Seawall Lot 337 project is the corner stone for the major ongoing Mission Bay redevelopment south of downtown and SOMA district. The 18-acre Port of San Francisco property provides the opportunity for a vibrant and high intensity mixed-use district on the waterfront. Active retail, water oriented and recreational attractions, and indoor venues establish the place as a year round destination complementing the stadium events. The master plan prepared for a robust developer team including SF Giants/WMS/Cordish is characterized by a tight walkable block pattern. The massing and building expression grain echoes the former orientation north-south of the tracks once serving the site. The interplay of lower and towers create a distinctive dynamic urban form transitioning with downtown. A promenade weaving in and out along the water’s edge will be the highlight of the proposed open space system linked to the broader Mission Bay network.

Project facts

SF Giants/WMS/Cordish Company/Kenwood Investments
18 acres
AIA SF Urban Design Merit Award 2010
Project completed with Perkins+Will

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