WELCOME TO THE CITY’S NEWEST WATERFRONT NEIGHBORHOOD
Mission Rock is realizing a shared dream of what neighborhood can mean in San Francisco.
An inclusive community that combines an imaginative, eclectic array of shops, cafes and festivals; a launchpad for local producers, makers and creators; and innovative workplaces, affordable and market-rate homes, and social amenities. It’s all right here.
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OPEN TO A BAY OF WATER, ACRES OF GREEN SPACESAND BREATHTAKING BUILDINGS
A decade in the making
Mission Rock is happening. Reflecting a culmination of 10 years of community outreach and planning, it will transform part of San Francisco’s southern waterfront.
A whole new neighborhood where amenities are enjoyed by all. Where companies work next door to makers in innovative spaces. Where retail and cultural imaginations collide in a kaleidoscope of experiences.
Behind Mission Rock
Few cities know how to build community through shared experiences better than San Francisco.
That’s why the Giants – in partnership with renowned developer Tishman Speyer and the Port of San Francisco – have collaborated with neighbors and the community at large to create a vision for Mission Rock. After nearly a decade of planning, that shared dream is about to be realized.
This will be the place to live, connect, do business, meet up, get active, relax, chase dreams and watch tails wag.
of San Francisco voters approved the project
(on the ballot as ‘Prop D’ in the 2015 election).
square feet of lab ready office, residential and retail space.
The place to work, shop, meet, visit, live and explore.
of public open space
Almost a ballpark’s worth of walkable, bikeable, sit-down-and-relaxable outdoor areas right alongside the Bay.
Waterfront homes at below market rates to serve low-to-middle income families and individuals.
annual fans watch the Giants play
With Mission Rock next door to celebrate winning.
MISSION ROCKIN THE NEWS
Read the latest Mission Rock press coverage in the links below
dezeen June 26, 2023
“MVRDV unveils The Canyon tower with “public ravine” in San Francisco”
San Francisco Chronicle June 23, 2023
“SF Giants brass celebrates opening of Mission Rock housing project”
Fast Company June 20, 2022
“Inside San Francisco’s $1 million bet on female construction workers”