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  • Train Tracks in Pier 1 South Apron before Redesign
  • Pier 1 South Apron before Redesign
  • Pier 1 as a Parking Lot before Redesign
  • Pier 1 South Apron before Redesign
  • Embarcadero Entrance to Pier 1 before Redesign

Competition Brief Issued by the Port of San Francisco — [5 Images]

With the demolition of the Embarcadero Freeway in the early 1990s, the Port of San Francisco made the decision to issue its initial Developer-Architect Public-Private RFP to re-purpose the first of its historic finger piers, Pier 1, located at the heart of the City’s historic waterfront, just north of the Ferry Building. In order to pave the way for the future development of the Ferry Building, the Port of San Francisco needed to relocate its headquarters from its original Ferry Building location, and had decided to move to a transformed Pier 1.  Therefore, the Port announced a Developer-Architect Request for Proposal to develop Pier 1 and to move the Port of San Francisco offices to Pier 1.

 

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