The entire project site is approximately 62 acres of waterfront property owned by the Port of Oakland. The proposed project includes up to 3,100 residential units, 200,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, 3,500 structured parking spaces, approximately 27 acres of public open space, two renovated marinas, and a wetlands restoration area. The project proposed to be constructed in phases over approximately ten years. The site is currently occupied by a combination of commercial, warehouse and light industrial services. The existing buildings on the site will be demolished, with the exception of a portion of the Ninth Avenue Terminal shed building, Estuary Park, and the Jack London Aquatic Center. The site is primarily zoned M-40 Heavy Industrial with a small portion zoned S-2/S-4 Civic Center/Design Review. The General Plan land use designation is the Estuary Policy Plan's Planned Waterfront District (PWD-1). As it pertains to the project area, construction of the proposed project will require consideration of amendments to the City of Oakland Estuary Policy Plan, a rezoning of the property because it is not currently designated for residential or commercial uses, approval of a subdivision map, design review approval, a development agreement, and possibly other City approval/actions. In addition, approvals or permits may also be required from other agencies for activities such as modifications to the shoreline, demolition of structures, site remediation, wetlands restoration, local and regional access, and possibly other activities. One or more parcels in the project area may be listed on the "Cortese List" of hazardous waste sites (Government Code Section 65962.5).