Diversity enriches places, and at The SF Shipyard it’s possible to do your own thing, together. Sometimes it’s time to work, and sometimes it’s time to play, and in a neighborhood like this there is plenty of room for this community to be exciting in places and quiet in others.
This is a community that offers the chance for people to come together and still be themselves. So, whether it’s enjoying a multitude of outdoor activities, weekly happy hour with work colleagues, gathering friends on the weekend, or simply enjoying a book in a quiet sunny spot, The SF Shipyard is a unique place where different people can build a new community that embraces everything that San Francisco has to offer.
For residents of The SF Shipyard, an express shuttle operates during morning and evening commute hours on weekdays, and morning to afternoon on the weekends. Weekday routes offer access to Downtown San Francisco with stops along the Third Street Corridor, Dogpatch, SOMA, CalTrain and Downtown San Francisco.
Public transit, including the nearby 19 MUNI line and T Third Street light rail, connect to the rest of the city’s transportation, and in a few short years, a new rapid transit transportation hub is planned at the heart of The SF Shipyard, feeding and fueling the rest of the city.
Sometimes the stories behind what we buy are just as important as the goods themselves. We wonder about where our coffee beans were grown and we talk about who we ran into while picking up the milk.
Right on the doorstep of The SF Shipyard, The Storehouse is a specialty general store. It’s more than a convenient spot to pick up essentials. With store manager Bobbi Pooni and his team at the helm, The Storehouse is a place for conversations and neighborly ruminations over Bayview-brewed lattés.
Featuring local Bayview and San Francisco artisans, from candle crafters and honey makers to famed ice cream maker, Humphry Slocombe. The Storehouse is at the heart of The SF Shipyard, a space where food, craft coffee and locally made sundries have a unique story and connection to the neighborhood and its residents.
Located just across the street from The SF Shipyard’s first homes, Innes Court Park is the community’s little spot in the sun. Flanked by native trees and gardens, the park is all grassy lawns, public art installations, and a playground with a jungle gym inspired by the shipyard’s old gantry crane.
Considering that The SF Shipyard is one of the few spots in San Francisco that can boast of mostly sunny and mild days, this park – and the acres that have yet to come – will be the perfect setting for any lazy Saturday.
The San Francisco Shipyard benefits from regular shuttle service to Downtown San Francisco and proximity to local transit hubs. The site is about 20 minutes from downtown via car and only a few blocks from the 44, 19 and T Third Street MUNI lines with stops located along 3rd Street.
Artist’s rendering conceptual only, subject to change.