San Francisco + San José + Oakland

The Future of Treasure Island is Nearly Here

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Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island
Image by Flickr user Thomas Hawk

Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island, situated in the heart of the San Francisco Bay, share a long history. From providing an anchor for the Bay Bridge to hosting the Golden Gate International Exposition and, subsequently, the US Navy, the islands have seen considerable change over the last century. But both are now undergoing a truly radical evolution. Geotechnical work, new streets, utilities and infrastructure are being completed, new freeway ramps and a new ferry landing are in place and new housing, both market-rate and affordable, will be ready for occupancy in 2022. Join us to hear about Treasure Island’s past, the plan for its future and a progress update on the grand vision that San Francisco adopted over a decade ago.

  • V. Fei Tsen / Treasure Island Development Authority
  • Bob Beck / Treasure Island Development Authority
  • Chris Meany / Wilson Meany and Treasure Island Community Development
  • Kevin Conger / Principal, CMG Landscape Architects

Co-presented by AIA San Francisco.

1 AIA learning unit is available for this program.


 

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