SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Pier 70: Plans to Projects

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Over the last five years, the San Francisco Planning Department and Port of San Francisco have set forth plans for the Eastern Neighborhoods and Pier 70 areas. With an eye to preserving the waterfront’s rich history and creating new parks while protecting maritime and industrial needs, these plans also invite new development to create a place for innovative industries and new residents. Hear next steps from Diane Oshima of the Port of San Francisco, Jose Campos of the San Francisco Planning Department and Jack Sylvan of Forest City Development.

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