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Old Posted Jul 19, 2022, 3:35 PM
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New elementary school on the way to Mission Bay to occupy Block 14, to further help fill in the neighborhood. I know some people have had questions in the past about what will happen with some of those surface lots.

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SFUSD Hires Team For New Mission Bay Elementary School, San Francisco
BY: ANDREW NELSON 5:00 AM ON JULY 19, 2022

The San Francisco Unified School District has officially hired McCarthy Building Companies and DLR Group to design Mission Bay South Block 14 to serve San Francisco’s newest and fastest-growing neighborhood, Mission Bay. The 2.5-acre site would offer Pre-K through 5th Grade education for up to 600 students.

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The four-story building will yield roughly 81,800 square feet of floor area for the 600-student school, a STEM-focused learning hub for high school students, and a district professional development space for educators.

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Much of the 2.5-acre lot will be improved with outdoor space for the students. There will be a playground, basketball hoops, and other activity areas circled by a track loop. Along 6th Street, next to the picnic area, a garden will encourage students to engage with plants and food production. Kindergarten students will have a dedicated yard and play area by the Mission Bay Boulevard sidewalk. The area will be surrounded by fencing and bioswale landscaping.

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The facade will be clad with yellow and green metal panels, with sections dedicated for art murals. DLR Group Principal Christopher McGiff-Brown shared that “our team’s design solution expresses the joy of learning with dynamic architecture to create a vivid and welcoming campus for all users.”

The construction of Mission Bay South Block 14 would be the first elementary school in close proximity to the neighborhood. Construction is scheduled to start in 2023, with completion by 2025. $95 million of funding is coming from the 2016 Proposition A Bond program.

South Block 14 is located directly across from 1450 Owens Street, a 109-foot life sciences research building being constructed by Alexandria Real Estate Equities.
https://sfyimby.com/2022/07/sfusd-hi...francisco.html
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Old Posted Jul 28, 2022, 10:48 PM
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Oh my gosh. That is a gorgeous school.
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Old Posted Jul 31, 2022, 1:40 AM
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across the street to the west from the school, 1450 Owens seems to be in pause, with the heavier equipment that had been on site gone, presumably after the piles were all driven, or at least some phase of initial foundation work was completed



UCSF's new clinical building and associated parking garage:











(Third St looking fairly solid these days...)



block 9 West, affordable housing just behind the public safety building, has come out from behind its shroud...









and block 9 East (aka 9a), is now getting its initial piles driven behind it



the walkway on the south side of the creek still hasn't opened. this is the eastern end





edit: one more, random


Last edited by timbad; Jul 31, 2022 at 1:51 AM. Reason: added last pic
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Old Posted Aug 4, 2022, 4:58 PM
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At long last, the Warriors Park is breaking ground!

https://twitter.com/mattdorsey/statu...nCR7mrkNSCIZxg
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Old Posted Aug 4, 2022, 6:41 PM
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At long last, the Warriors Park is breaking ground!

https://twitter.com/mattdorsey/statu...nCR7mrkNSCIZxg
Noice! SF has been absolutely crushing it with parks/open space recently (Crane Cove, Francisco Park, Battery Bluff, Tunnel Tops), so I'm excited to see how this one turns out, as well as the Mission Creek promenade between 3rd and 4th street.
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Old Posted Aug 5, 2022, 1:09 AM
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Noice! SF has been absolutely crushing it with parks/open space recently (Crane Cove, Francisco Park, Battery Bluff, Tunnel Tops), so I'm excited to see how this one turns out, as well as the Mission Creek promenade between 3rd and 4th street.
finally, wonderful! and with the bayfront park that is part of phase I of Mission Rock, within a span of just a couple years, we are getting a chain of four significant greenspaces along the waterfront in this area! and then of course Pier 70 and the Power Plant projects will further that to the south, hopefully not tooooo far in the future.

and adding to the citywide count is also the massive India Basin Shoreline Park
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Old Posted Aug 5, 2022, 1:33 AM
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CCA campus expansion

I'll put this in the main run-down thread too, but since it is across the street from MB proper, will mention here that the CCA project is now visibly underway finally:





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Old Posted Sep 5, 2022, 1:18 AM
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At long last, the Warriors Park is breaking ground!

https://twitter.com/mattdorsey/statu...nCR7mrkNSCIZxg
disappointed to report that there wasn't much sign of recent activity on the Warriors Park.



elsewhere, block 9A piles are quite evident:



the newest UCSF parking garage at its scenic best:



the east side (Illinois St)



west side (Third St)



biotech office on Owens St coming along slowly...



CCA expansion project

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