Changes Taking Shape at Pier 70

I wrote a post about changes coming to Pier 70 back in February, and was reminded about it by reading Socketsite today, which led me to an article from November 3rd on SFGate:  Plan to Bring Pier 70 Back to Life. This is a huge piece of land with around 65 acres that has been derelict for decades.  I row with BAWRA in the Dog Patch area and often find myself at the Mariposa Yacht Club for events looking out over pier 70.   Take a walk down to […]

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San Francisco’s Got Big Plans For Pier 70!

There is a huge stretch of the San Francisco water front from Mission Bay to Hunter’s Point… which the City of San Francisco is looking to modernize.  Drive down 18th Street as far as you can go to the San Francisco Bay, then head South, and walk.  If you have never been down to this part of San Francisco you will amazed by what you see.  The wreckage of old warehouses and buildings are from another era when San Francisco […]

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What’s Happening at Pier 70?

It’s good to know what the city is up to from time to time.  The city is thinking high tech could be just what the area needs.  This sfgate article also has some interesting history about the area…apparently it’s considered “the most intact 19th century industrial complex west of the Mississippi River.”  Could be a worthwhile little (possible) fact to whip out while drinking beer at the Ramp. Click Here to read the whole article.

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