DAY OR NIGHT.
We’re here to make San Francisco proud, excited, welcomed, amazed. People from all walks of life bringing their types of experiences. That’s what we call a neighborhood.
Making the most of the waterfront
The beauty of San Francisco Bay is worth a dozen postcards, this will be the place to get into the water and love every moment. As for outdoor living, there will be acres of open spaces for all to enjoy. Friends, families, couples, visitors, co-workers…
Expect a Giants’ kind of welcome
The Giants have been in San Francisco for over 60 years, and in the neighborhood since 2000. The team is about more than providing world-class, family entertainment on game days. The Giants and the Port of San Francisco lead the effort in transforming a large, windswept parking lot into tomorrow’s bright new neighborhood for all.
The Giants and the Port have teamed up with Tishman Speyer to make this vision a reality. This partnership is steeped in integrity and excellence in all things. A shared vision of what tomorrow’s San Francisco neighborhood ought to be. And a joint promise to deliver it.
Meet Tishman Speyer
An innovative, international developer, creating beautiful and environmentally sound communities across the globe.
Founded in 1978, Tishman Speyer is an active owner, developer, operator and fund manager across the United States, Europe, Latin America and Asia. Tishman Speyer has developed approximately 2,100 homes (524 affordable) in San Francisco and owns and operates over 2.4 million square feet of commercial space in the Bay Area.
Exceptional talents with an uncanny knack for understanding the importance of people in making a place.
The idea of open-minded collaboration has inspired our design approach. Four world-renowned architectural firms – working in partnership with local design talent – are coming together to realize a shared vision for a new neigborhood and a wider San Francisco community.
Where innovators want to be.
Leading brands, pioneering science, and exciting start-ups are making Mission Bay their home. And Mission Rock couldn’t be better connected all-round.
Connected to a community of like-minded neighbors.
Connected to the waterfront.
Connected to the great outdoors.
Connected to the vibrancy of San Francisco.