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The San Francisco Shipyard is a new type of place. As an anchor to the visionary community planned to span the Southeastern waterfront and incorporating the iconic Candlestick Park, these two communities are planned for over 750 acres, including approximately 350 acres dedicated to park space. This will be where creators, inventors, artists, thinkers, and pioneers come together to work and to live. New ideas will spark, stories will unfold, and new neighborhoods will come to life.
The SF Shipyard is a new community rooted in a proud past. It will be transformative by embracing all that this city does best. This is a story 150 years in the making, and it takes inspiration from the spirit of San Francisco. This may be a new place, but it will celebrate all that our unique city already has to offer.
Our vision is to provide real opportunities for the different people that make up our city. As part of one of the largest urban developments on the West Coast, the potential is extraordinary. What is being delivered at The SF Shipyard community is something on a scale not seen before in San Francisco, with plans for:
- 12,100 new homes
- Up to 4.3 million sf of R&D labs, office and maker space within an Urban Innovation District
- A 150,000 sf hotel
- Nearly 1 million sf of retail
- 255,000 sf of artist studios and gallery space
- 100,000 sf of community facilities
Something so big – and so unique – needs a masterplan. Getting the big picture right means getting the fine details right, too.
Recognizing and conserving the neighborhood’s maritime heritage and adding a new and dynamic layer to it are vital. The envisioned masterplan for the SF Shipyard by Adjaye Associates keeps the area’s significant legacy buildings and maximizes access to San Francisco’s distinct waterfront. The masterplan embraces key heritage structures and features to root the development in the neighborhood’s past, while new infrastructure and modern architecture are planned to support the innovation advancement of both the Bayview and San Francisco.
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World-class housing and offices, labs and research facilities are planned. There will be restaurants and retail, recreation, sports and entertainment venues.
But people, not buildings, make a neighborhood, and the masterplan responds to who the people of San Francisco are. With new infrastructure and thoughtful architecture, co-creation and curation opportunities exist for people to be remarkable and make this special place their own.
An Innovative Mixed-Use Community
This is the next chapter in a story of growth, innovation, and community.
In the coming years The SF Shipyard will grow based on a collective vision to create neighborhoods that reflect its people. Housing and local retail are planned to join with cutting edge research and development facilities. Office space of exceptional quality and size is in the plan. Alongside this, the arts and local heritage will be cultivated, and access to the waterfront restored.
The story of The SF Shipyard is one that is evolving and will create new memories and unique histories as the community comes to life.
work at the sf shipyard
A community thrives as it works, and The SF Shipyard has a long history of industry and hard work.
The SF Shipyard is planned to be an outstanding commercial destination. Heritage structures are planned to be restored and re-imagined, creating unique and interesting workspaces. Integrated around these adapted heritage structures will be modern offices, R&D, and laboratory buildings that are planned to provide the highest specification, sustainability performance, and productivity levels. A roster of top international architects and designers are working to create environments for this century and the next.
The Urban Innovation District will be an incubator for new businesses and a space for makers, for collaborators, and for people with big ideas. The facilities are planned to exist alongside a community of more than 300 working artists. What is programmed will be a home for the next generation of innovative companies and a space for artists of all kinds.
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life at the sf shipyard
The SF Shipyard sits at the gateway to the San Francisco Bay and has, for years, welcomed new arrivals and watched others set sail to explore.
Living at The SF Shipyard means participating in a new community that warmly recalls a familiar San Francisco neighborhood. The SF Shipyard will bring all that you love about San Francisco to a new setting. With the first residents already in their homes, and a masterplan to build a total of 12,100 new affordable, workforce, and market-rate homes across The SF Shipyard and Candlestick, these townhomes and condominiums will bring a growing community to life.
Lennar, one of America’s leading homebuilders is currently selling homes at The SF Shipyard.
Play at The sf Shipyard
Bringing nature into the community, approximately 350 acres of open park space and playing fields are planned across The SF Shipyard and Candlestick, that will connect the natural environment with the urban. Miles of restored shoreline are planned to provide a haven for local wildlife and offer a prime place on the Bay for a range of aquatic activities.
Discover parks of all sizes programmed as grasslands, gardens, recreation fields and more are planned for this community. Included in the open space plan are the following:
- Cultural Heritage Park, showcasing the history and culture of Hunters Point
- Sports fields and interconnected recreation facilities
- A grasslands ecology park, with acres of Bayside meadows and trails
- A waterfront promenade
- Waterfront Recreation and Education Park
- 300-slip marina
- Continuation of the SF Bay Trail and Blue Greenway along the waterfront, connecting pedestrians and bicyclists to Downtown