PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

As part of the Waterfront Land Use Plan Update, The Port of San Francisco enlisted the consultant team to assess development potential on Embarcadero’s aging waterfront piers. SITELAB urban studio collaborated with Economic and Planning Systems, Inc., Sedway Consulting, and Carey & Co. to study financial feasibility, historic rehabilitation, and architectural options for a prototypical existing pier structure to inform the Port’s investment model, leasing strategies, and capital upgrade decisions.

SITELAB urban studio worked with the historic architect to assess and illustrate the

adaptive reuse constraints and opportunities, collected and analyzed case studies of

similar projects, collaborated with the economic consultant to fine tune the hotel, restaurant and event space target programming, and created conceptual floor plans, room plans, and sections for presentation to the Port and community.

Client: Port of San Francisco

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

As part of the Waterfront Land Use Plan Update, The Port of San Francisco enlisted the consultant team to assess development potential on Embarcadero’s aging waterfront piers. SITELAB urban studio collaborated with Economic and Planning Systems, Inc., Sedway Consulting, and Carey & Co. to study financial feasibility, historic rehabilitation, and architectural options for a prototypical existing pier structure to inform the Port’s investment model, leasing strategies, and capital upgrade decisions.

SITELAB urban studio worked with the historic architect to assess and illustrate the

adaptive reuse constraints and opportunities, collected and analyzed case studies of

similar projects, collaborated with the economic consultant to fine tune the hotel, restaurant and event space target programming, and created conceptual floor plans, room plans, and sections for presentation to the Port and community.

Client: Port of San Francisco

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

As part of the Waterfront Land Use Plan Update, The Port of San Francisco enlisted the consultant team to assess development potential on Embarcadero’s aging waterfront piers. SITELAB urban studio collaborated with Economic and Planning Systems, Inc., Sedway Consulting, and Carey & Co. to study financial feasibility, historic rehabilitation, and architectural options for a prototypical existing pier structure to inform the Port’s investment model, leasing strategies, and capital upgrade decisions.

SITELAB urban studio worked with the historic architect to assess and illustrate the

adaptive reuse constraints and opportunities, collected and analyzed case studies of

similar projects, collaborated with the economic consultant to fine tune the hotel, restaurant and event space target programming, and created conceptual floor plans, room plans, and sections for presentation to the Port and community.

Client: Port of San Francisco

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

As part of the Waterfront Land Use Plan Update, The Port of San Francisco enlisted the consultant team to assess development potential on Embarcadero’s aging waterfront piers. SITELAB urban studio collaborated with Economic and Planning Systems, Inc., Sedway Consulting, and Carey & Co. to study financial feasibility, historic rehabilitation, and architectural options for a prototypical existing pier structure to inform the Port’s investment model, leasing strategies, and capital upgrade decisions.

SITELAB urban studio worked with the historic architect to assess and illustrate the

adaptive reuse constraints and opportunities, collected and analyzed case studies of

similar projects, collaborated with the economic consultant to fine tune the hotel, restaurant and event space target programming, and created conceptual floor plans, room plans, and sections for presentation to the Port and community.

Client: Port of San Francisco

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

As part of the Waterfront Land Use Plan Update, The Port of San Francisco enlisted the consultant team to assess development potential on Embarcadero’s aging waterfront piers. SITELAB urban studio collaborated with Economic and Planning Systems, Inc., Sedway Consulting, and Carey & Co. to study financial feasibility, historic rehabilitation, and architectural options for a prototypical existing pier structure to inform the Port’s investment model, leasing strategies, and capital upgrade decisions.

SITELAB urban studio worked with the historic architect to assess and illustrate the

adaptive reuse constraints and opportunities, collected and analyzed case studies of

similar projects, collaborated with the economic consultant to fine tune the hotel, restaurant and event space target programming, and created conceptual floor plans, room plans, and sections for presentation to the Port and community.

Client: Port of San Francisco

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

As part of the Waterfront Land Use Plan Update, The Port of San Francisco enlisted the consultant team to assess development potential on Embarcadero’s aging waterfront piers. SITELAB urban studio collaborated with Economic and Planning Systems, Inc., Sedway Consulting, and Carey & Co. to study financial feasibility, historic rehabilitation, and architectural options for a prototypical existing pier structure to inform the Port’s investment model, leasing strategies, and capital upgrade decisions.

SITELAB urban studio worked with the historic architect to assess and illustrate the

adaptive reuse constraints and opportunities, collected and analyzed case studies of

similar projects, collaborated with the economic consultant to fine tune the hotel, restaurant and event space target programming, and created conceptual floor plans, room plans, and sections for presentation to the Port and community.

Client: Port of San Francisco

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

As part of the Waterfront Land Use Plan Update, The Port of San Francisco enlisted the consultant team to assess development potential on Embarcadero’s aging waterfront piers. SITELAB urban studio collaborated with Economic and Planning Systems, Inc., Sedway Consulting, and Carey & Co. to study financial feasibility, historic rehabilitation, and architectural options for a prototypical existing pier structure to inform the Port’s investment model, leasing strategies, and capital upgrade decisions.

SITELAB urban studio worked with the historic architect to assess and illustrate the

adaptive reuse constraints and opportunities, collected and analyzed case studies of

similar projects, collaborated with the economic consultant to fine tune the hotel, restaurant and event space target programming, and created conceptual floor plans, room plans, and sections for presentation to the Port and community.

Client: Port of San Francisco

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

As part of the Waterfront Land Use Plan Update, The Port of San Francisco enlisted the consultant team to assess development potential on Embarcadero’s aging waterfront piers. SITELAB urban studio collaborated with Economic and Planning Systems, Inc., Sedway Consulting, and Carey & Co. to study financial feasibility, historic rehabilitation, and architectural options for a prototypical existing pier structure to inform the Port’s investment model, leasing strategies, and capital upgrade decisions.

SITELAB urban studio worked with the historic architect to assess and illustrate the

adaptive reuse constraints and opportunities, collected and analyzed case studies of

similar projects, collaborated with the economic consultant to fine tune the hotel, restaurant and event space target programming, and created conceptual floor plans, room plans, and sections for presentation to the Port and community.

Client: Port of San Francisco

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

PIER 35 ADAPTIVE REUSE

As part of the Waterfront Land Use Plan Update, The Port of San Francisco enlisted the consultant team to assess development potential on Embarcadero’s aging waterfront piers. SITELAB urban studio collaborated with Economic and Planning Systems, Inc., Sedway Consulting, and Carey & Co. to study financial feasibility, historic rehabilitation, and architectural options for a prototypical existing pier structure to inform the Port’s investment model, leasing strategies, and capital upgrade decisions.

SITELAB urban studio worked with the historic architect to assess and illustrate the

adaptive reuse constraints and opportunities, collected and analyzed case studies of

similar projects, collaborated with the economic consultant to fine tune the hotel, restaurant and event space target programming, and created conceptual floor plans, room plans, and sections for presentation to the Port and community.

Client: Port of San Francisco