Groundbreaking at Hunter's Point

The project’s history reaches back at least 15 years: three mayoral administrations and several generations of the Board of Supervisors were represented at the hilltop event.  When complete, the project will include 12,000 units of affordable housing and 3.5 million square feet of retail, office, and research & development space. Gabe and Bill helped guide the City of San Francisco and its redevelopment agency through a series of complex land-swap agreements and assisted with the environmental review of the project. The agreements will help assemble the land for the development and for 300 acres of new and improved parkland in a long-neglected part of San Francisco. The firm continues to help the city implement these agreements, a task that may well extend through a few more cycles of San Francisco politics.