December 11, 2017 Design Review Board
Time and Location
Bay Area Metro Center
375 Beale Street
Yerba Buena Room, First Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
- Call to Order and Safety Announcement
- Report of Chief of Permits
- Approval of Draft Minutes for November 6, 2017 Meeting
- Encinal Terminals, City of Alameda, Alameda County Briefing
The Design Review Board will receive a briefing from North Waterfront Cove LLC (Tim Lewis Communities) for the Encinal Terminals Mixed-Use development on an approximately 23-acre, historically industrial site east of the Alaska Basin inlet, in the City and County of Alameda. The proposed master plan includes townhouses, multi-family residential structures, and retail development. Proposed public access includes a 2-acre waterfront park, a 2-acre waterfront plaza, and a 3-acre waterfront promenade. The 3-acre waterfront park and the 2-acre waterfront plaza would be developed on top of an existing wharf. The public promenade would extend the Bay Trail path and provide a launch facility for kayaks, paddle boards, and other non-motorized boats. The project proponent also proposes 300 public parking spaces, benches, bike racks, restrooms, drinking fountains, and trash containers. (Elena Perez) [415/352-3612; email@example.com]
- Mission Bay Ferry Landing Project; First Review (BCDC Permit Application No. 2017.008.00)
The Design Review Board will conduct its first review of a proposal by the Port of San Francisco to construct a ferry landing and water taxi landing in the Mission Bay neighborhood, east of Terry A. Francois Boulevard at 16th Street and within the proposed Bayfront Park and within Agua Vista Park in the City and County of San Francisco. Public access would be provided on the new pier for the ferry landing and on the water taxi landing. A ferry landing plaza and a water taxi landing plaza would be constructed to provide public access while accommodating queueing for the ferry terminal and taxi service. (Erik Buehmann) [415/352-3645; firstname.lastname@example.org]
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