SPUR Lunchtime Forum: The Future of Mission Rock

From SPUR:

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Image Credit: Port of San Francisco

Located just south of AT&T Park, Seawall Lot 337/Pier 48 — also known as Mission Rock — is one of the most exciting development opportunities in the city. Working with Port of San Francisco and city staff, the SF Giants and the Cordish Company are proposing a mixed-use development in this location, including new waterfront and neighborhood parks. Hear about what is in store for the area from Phil Williamson of the Port of San Francisco and representatives from Mission Rock Development.

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