San Francisco Mission Bay Redevelopment


San Francisco, CA

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City of San Francisco
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Over two decades, EPS has supported the 303-acre Mission Bay mixed-use redevelopment, one of the largest in San Francisco history, providing various services and deliverables to both public and private entities. During this period, Mission Bay has transitioned from an underutilized railyard and industrial area into a vibrant, walkable, and transit-oriented urban district with over 6,000 housing units, 3.4 million square feet of commercial and life-sciences companies, major entertainment, and recreation venues (including the Chase Center, home of the Golden State Warriors), and a satellite educational/research campus and hospital for the University of California San Francisco (UCSF).

EPS’s involvement In Mission Bay began in 2001 as it helped craft the business terms and conditions for a public-private partnership between the City and UCSF for the proposed medical hospital and academic buildings (Genentech Hall opened in 2003 and Mission Bay Medical Center in 2015). In subsequent work, EPS has represented both public and private sector entities to negotiate and establish funding strategies as well as evaluate the fiscal and economic implications of the ongoing transformation, including:

  • Fiscal and economic analysis of UCSF and Chase Center expansion to support the financing of public infrastructure and amenities
  • Analysis to secure ferry, streetcar, and “complete streets” funding (including a federal grant through the RAISE/BUILD/TIGER program)
  • Financial advisory services for development of water front property owned by the Port of San Francisco for commercial and residential towers (currently under construction)

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