WHERE COMMUNITY COMES TOGETHER
Mission Rock strives to become a place that reflects San Francisco: Welcoming to all.
CHINA BASIN PARK
China Basin Park will bring the beauty of the Bay into the heart of the city, providing free and accessible engagement, active fun and enjoyment, and a chance to connect to the water for all. The park will serve as a place to congregate, enabling experiences that bring us together to share health and happiness.
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-around.
THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY TRAIL | SOUTH BEACH-MISSION BAY AUDIO TOUR
The San Francisco Bay Trail South Beach-Mission Bay Audio Tour is a 90-minute interactive walking tour spanning 3 miles of historic San Francisco waterfront. Enjoy the outdoors, view the bay and learn more about the natural and cultural histories that shape this area. Start from the Ferry Building or China Basin Park / Pier 50, and walk to 7 key points along the waterfront, while listening to stories curated for each location.
This audio tour is located on a segment of the San Francisco Bay Trail and the Blue/Greenway. Please visit baytrail.org to learn more about the waterfront and access other audio tours. The South Beach-Mission Bay Audio Tour is produced by BAYCAT and funded by the Mission Rock project.
- The Ramaytush People
Location: Ferry Building
Surviving member of the Ramaytush people, Gregg Castro paints a scene of what listeners would experience if transported from today to a time before European contact.
- The Ramaytush Experience
Location: Rincon Park
Gregg Castro narrates the indigenous perspectives on the time since European contact. He reflects on the notable moments in the last hundred years and learn about what they see for the future of indigenous people.
- Captain William Shorey
Location: Pier 30
Captain William Shorey was the only Black whaling captain operating on the West Coast in the late 1800s, during a period where San Francisco was a major whaling port and the waterfront served as a place for production.
- Pier 40 & The Chinese Exclusion Act
Location: Pier 40
In 1882 the US passed a Chinese exclusion law, which banned people coming to the US from China. Chinese passengers sailing into the Bay were held and processed in Pier 40.
- Life on Mission Creek
Location: Mission Creek (near 485 Berry Street)
Since the 1960s, a group of residents living on houseboats on Mission Creek became part of a larger ecosystem of species, large and small, making the creek their home.
- Shoreline Ecology
Location: SF Bay Trail East of Third Street
Learning about tidal shelves and rebuilding a sustainable ecosystem.
- Entertainment & Recreation at All Levels
Location: China Basin Park / Pier 50
Through the leadership of activists and city planners, the southeastern waterfront has balanced environmental restoration, with new development and opportunities for spaces for all San Franciscans to play.
CURRENTLY LEASING PHASE 1
Experience an inclusive community that combines an imaginative, eclectic array of retail; a launchpad for local producers, makers and creators. Discover the diverse retail opportunities available in Phase 1 with spaces designed so you can innovate, connect, sustain and inspire.
Mission Rock is realizing a shared dream of what a neighborhood can be in San Fransisco, a destination created with you in mind.
4 EXCITING BUILDINGS WHERE RETAIL & CULTURAL IMAGINATIONS COLLIDE
MAKE A FRESH START
MAKE A SUCCESS
MAKE AMBITIONS ROAR
MAKE A NEW HOME