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Old Posted Mar 11, 2018, 11:54 PM
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Not sure if this is the right place for this; but there is definitely activity on the island.




SFTIDA - https://twitter.com/SFTIDA/status/970787780505698304

Also if you go on Google Street View you can see demolition going on in early 2017.

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this will be a nice addition.
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Old Posted Jul 28, 2018, 1:36 AM
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According to https://sftreasureisland.org/construction -- Looks like "vibratory compaction". I'm always impressed with pre-construction terminology.
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Is it just me, or does anyone else believe we've missed a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with the Treasure Island development? Just seems like building a tall lone tower amid random shorter ones and just the overall vision of residential housing (don't get me wrong, I know we need more housing) is short-sighted. When you're presented with an opportunity to develop something on an extraordinary piece of land uniquely situated facing one of the world's most beautiful urban landscapes, you don't drop the ball and build something mundane. Not saying the Lucas Museum was the answer, but something amazing for locals (and tourists) would've been nice to have in that spot. I mean, it was built to host a freaking World's Fair!!
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Is it just me, or does anyone else believe we've missed a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with the Treasure Island development? Just seems like building a tall lone tower amid random shorter ones and just the overall vision of residential housing (don't get me wrong, I know we need more housing) is short-sighted. When you're presented with an opportunity to develop something on an extraordinary piece of land uniquely situated facing one of the world's most beautiful urban landscapes, you don't drop the ball and build something mundane. Not saying the Lucas Museum was the answer, but something amazing for locals (and tourists) would've been nice to have in that spot. I mean, it was built to host a freaking World's Fair!!
I could be wrong, but I vaguely remember alternate plans that included additional active space but was eventually abandoned with consideration to infrastructure issues and stresses. As it stands they're already proposing a toll for auto and are trying to figure out how to encourage mass transit alternatives to mitigate unwanted traffic.

In terms of the boring tower(s); not only do they yield higher dollar units, but they also maximize density without sprawl. I'd say it's far more feasible approach to building out the island and limit the amount of deep (and super expensive) drilling and anchoring to bedrock.

In all, I think the open space, as well as a good restaurant or brewery, will be plenty of a draw for tourists and locals.
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^ someone got a chance to go to the tower Ohana Floor?
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Old Posted Oct 14, 2018, 5:52 AM
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Haha, yes I did!
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these don't have the nice perspectives of a lot of the recently posted shots, but at least show that activity is certainly ongoing





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First chunk of Treasure Island megaproject breaks ground
By Fiona Kelliher – Real estate reporter, San Francisco Business Times
Jun 11, 2019, 10:15am EDT

Across the Bay Bridge from San Francisco, the former naval base on Yerba Buena Island remains home only to trees, winding roads and the occasional seagull.

Soon, though, the often-forgotten island will look startlingly different. Developer Wilson Meany and partner Stockbridge Capital Group will begin vertical construction this week on 266 luxury homes, a number of walking trails, parks and a private spa and clubhouse.

In other words, the developers want Yerba Buena’s roughly 150 acres to serve as an oasis for tech executives, retirees and families to “live larger” and immerse themselves in nature, as Chris Meany, partner with Wilson Meany, put it . . . .

The homes will be the first of 8,000 built across both Yerba Buena and its larger, man-made neighbor, Treasure Island, after the military outpost closed more than 20 years ago. Along with Wilson Meany and Stockbridge, Miami-based Lennar Corp. is masterplanning the overall project.

On Yerba Buena, a series of villas and flats — all facing the San Francisco skyline — will edge down the hill from a 6-acre park at the peak. Meanwhile on the other side of the island, a 124-unit condo complex will overlook the Bay Bridge and the Berkeley-Oakland shoreline. BDE Architecture, Walter Hood Design, Hart Howerton and CMG Landscape Architecture collaborated on designs . . . .
https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfranc...ZRUWMifQ%3D%3D
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