Brisbane Baylands Site Tour Sunday March 26th

South San Francisco, CA    March 20, 2017   

 

Sun, Mar 26, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
182 Old County Rd
182 Old County Road, Brisbane, CA
Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour of the site, including the historic Roundhouse, clean fill operations and plans for open space and sustainable development!

Please RSVP to info@brisbanebaylands.com by Wed, March 22nd

Location:
Bus Pick-up/Drop-off: The Brisbane Village Shopping Center parking lot (use address 182 Old Country Rd)

Boxed lunches will be provided.

Children are welcome to join you on the tour.

 

More about the BAYLANDS Development:

From Brisbane City Website:

1. Where is the Baylands and what are the geographic boundaries of this area?
The Baylands Subarea as defined in the City’s General Plan is a 600-plus acre area bordered on the west by Bayshore Blvd, north by the City and County of San Francisco, east by U.S. 101 causeway, and south by the southern end of the Lagoon.
2. Who owns the property?
The property is primarily owned by Universal Paragon Corporation (UPC). Other owners include Sierra Point Lumber. While the Kinder Morgan Tank Farm lies within the limits of the overall project boundaries, it is not owned by UPC nor is the Tank Farm included within the Specific Plan.
– See more at: http://brisbaneca.org/departments/building-and-planning/baylands/faqs#IV

THE PLAN

Baylands is opportunity knocking – a sustainable community of next-gen offices, R&D labs, distinctive housing, local eateries, charming retailers, flourishing natural habitats, miles of biking trails and a network of preserved open spaces.

PLAN OBJECTIVES / BENEFITS

Neighborhood: New grocery and pharmacy, Dedicated land for local high school, 300+ acres of restored and enhanced habitats
Region: 20,000+ new jobs: 5,000 long-term construction and 15,000 permanent, 4,400 housing units address regional shortage, 7,000,000 sq ft of commercial space, including R&D labs and innovation hubs

WHEN WILL CONSTRUCTION START?
The Baylands plan is still going through the City of Brisbane approval process, which should conclude by 2017. It was submitted in 2006. If approved, site preparation and infrastructure improvements will begin in 2017-18 with construction of the first buildings in 2019-20. Full build-out will take 20-25 years.

 

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