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Site Location


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Site Location


Site Location

 
 

History


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History


History

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The Site Today


Today, the site is a mix of vacant land, deteriorating buildings, storage and staging areas that restrict public activity and waterfront access behind chain linked and barbed wire fences.

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The Site Today


Today, the site is a mix of vacant land, deteriorating buildings, storage and staging areas that restrict public activity and waterfront access behind chain linked and barbed wire fences.

No Public Access

 
 

The Noonan Building

 
The Noonan Building tenants, currently artist studios, are the lone exception and serve as an important cultural anchor for the site both now and in the future. 
 
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Doing Our Homework


We spent two years learning, talking and commissioning a local artist to discover what makes the surrounding Dogpatch neighborhood tick and what that meant for the future of the site. We had dozens of events, open houses and focus groups. Thousands of people participated.

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Doing Our Homework


We spent two years learning, talking and commissioning a local artist to discover what makes the surrounding Dogpatch neighborhood tick and what that meant for the future of the site. We had dozens of events, open houses and focus groups. Thousands of people participated.

What We Heard

This neighborhood is experimental, artistic, constantly changing, quirky, resourceful, and unpolished. 
The waterfront is an undiscovered territory, with an inspiring history. 

Together, Dogpatch Culture + Local Waterfront is incredibly powerful.

Starting Now

We decided to activate a portion of the site, historic Building 12, with events that bring people together.
This creates an immediate amenity for the community and begins to evolve programs, partnerships and experiences that will carry on into the future of the place in the long-term.

Open House

Open Air Arts and Makers Market

Wendy MacNaughton Art Opening

Open Air Arts and Makers Market

Open House

Open Air Arts and Makers Market

Ghost Ship Family Halloween Day

Open Air Arts and Makers Market

 
 
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Future


Gathering all the building blocks that go into a complete neighborhood.

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Future


Gathering all the building blocks that go into a complete neighborhood.

Community-Driven Planning

This part of the waterfront will become an asset to the surrounding community by blending together a variety of uses: arts & creative spaces, housing across the spectrum of affordability, light-manufacturing, local retail, 9 acres of waterfront parks, all carefully designed to prevent any new building out of scale with historic structures on the site. 
All towards a local, neighborhood-centric waterfront.

 
 

Timeline

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Your Future Waterfront