BUILD will work with SFMTA, OCII, OEWD, DPW, and Five Points to make investments in transportation that will contribute to the success of the Innes Street corridor.
The Public Benefits
Waterfront Parks System
Today, we have 1.5 miles of continuous shoreline, spanning from Lennar’s Northside Park to the Port’s Heron’s Head Park.
Within this stretch of shoreline, a number of individual parks, trails and open space initiatives are taking place – all in different phases of development.
As such, we have a rare opportunity to plan on a larger scale, one that not only provides very necessary waterfront access for the BVHP community but also has the potential to be a new legacy park for San Francisco and regional destination – A Crissy Field of the South East.
Commitment to affordable housing. We will meet or exceed affordable housing standards.
Still determining what this looks like.
Emphasize the importance of the arts to BUILD and the project at India Basin
Partnerships to create permanent space for artists to live and work at India Basin
Public art – in parks/open space