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Forest City Breaks Ground on Historic Pier 70 Waterfront Redev

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Cleveland-based developer Forest City Realty Trust and the Port of San Francisco broke ground on San Francisco’s historic Pier 70 redevelopment project. The 28-acre waterfront neighborhood will feature a mix of new housing, waterfront parks, space for artists and local manufacturing, and rehabilitated historic buildings.

Forest City’s Ronald Ratner says, “We’re building an entirely new mixed-use district that acknowledges the location’s industrial history, the diverse character of the Dogpatch neighborhood, and an expansive waterfront location.”

The project includes 1,100-2,150 residential units, seven acres of new parks and open space, up to 1.75 million square feet of commercial space, with up to 360,000 square feet of local retail and services, arts and light industrial space.

The City unanimously approved the project last November, after 10 years of planning. Both parks and the initial phase one buildings are expected to deliver in 2021-2022.

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