New Life for Pier 70 Historic Shipyard as Construction Begins on Expansive Waterfront District

Pier 70, Port of San Francisco, Forest City Realty Trust, Dogpatch, Building 12, San Francisco’s Central Waterfront, Building and Construction Trades Council, Forest City, New York City’s High Line, National Register, Union Iron Works Historic District
City and Port of San Francisco officials, developer Forest City Realty Trust and Dogpatch community celebrated the start of construction on an expansive 28-acre waterfront neighborhood at Pier 70 with new housing, waterfront parks, space for artists and local manufacturing, and rehabilitated historic buildings. Pictured (l-r) are City Assessor Carmen Chu, State Senator Mark Leno, Forest City Senior Vice President Jack Sylvan, Forest City Chief Development Officer Ronald A. Ratner, Dogpatch Neighborhood Association Vice President Susan Eslick, Forest City West President Kevin Ratner, Mayor Mark Farrell, Port of San Francisco Executive Director Elaine Forbes and Mayor Art Agnos. Credit: Forest City/Tiffany Schoepp.
City and Community Celebrate the Transformation of One of the Nation’s Most Unique Development Sit
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