Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island Redevelopment Plan

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SCH Number
Lead Agency
San Francisco, City and County of (City and County of San Francisco)
Document Title
Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island Redevelopment Plan
Document Type
NOP - Notice of Preparation
Present Land Use
The proposed Redevelopment Plan Area includes all of Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island in San Francisco Bay. The islands are the site of the former Naval Station Treasure Island (NSTI), which was owned and operated by the United States Navy until its closure in 1997 as part of the Base Realignment and Closure process. Treasure Island, which consists entirely of filled land, was constructed during 1936-1939. Treasure Island currently includes approximately 720 occupiable housing units out of about 900 units total, and approximately 91 buildings containing approximately 2.3 million square feet of present and former non-residential uses. Treasure Island also includes the U.S. Department of Labor Job Corps site on approximately 36 acres in the center of the island. Yerba Buena Island is a natural island that has been used by private parties and the U.S. Army and Navy since the 1840s; the island is steeply sloped and highly vegetated. On Yerba Buena Island, there are currently abut 80 occupieable housing units out of a total of about 100 housing units and 10 non-residential buildings. The U.S. Coast Guard occupies about 35 acres on the southeast side of Yerba Buena Island, and Caltrans occupies about 20 acres of Yerba Buena Island with portions of the Bay Bridge.

Document Description
The overall purpose of the Proposed Project is the conversion of approximately 364 acres on Treasure Island and approximately 95 acres on Yerba Buena Island from a former military base to a dense mixed-use development with about 6,000 residential units; about 595,000 sq ft of commercial, cultural, and retail space; and about 500 hotel rooms, centered around an Intermodal Transit Hub, with a ferry quai, supporting infrastructure, public services and utilities, and approximately 300 acres of open space.

Contact Information
Rick Cooper
San Francisco Planning Department
1650 Mission Street, Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94103

Phone : (415) 575-9027


San Francisco
San Francisco
Cross Streets
Interstate 80
Total Acres
Parcel #
Block 1939, Lots 001 (Treasure Island) and 002 (Yerba Buena Island)
State Highways
San Francisco Bay

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Residential (6,000 Units) Office Commercial (595,000 Sq. Ft.) Educational Recreational (Parks and Public Open Spaces = 300ac) Water Facilities Other (hotel = 500 rms) Power:Wind Power:Solar Transportation:Other (Roads, bike, transit, pedestrian, ferry terminal, intermodal hub) Waste Treatment:Other (Wastewater and stormwater)
Local Action
Rezone Use Permit
Project Issues
Aesthetic/Visual Air Quality Archaeologic-Historic Drainage/Absorption Geologic/Seismic Noise Population/Housing Balance Public Services Recreation/Parks Schools/Universities Sewer Capacity Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Solid Waste Toxic/Hazardous Traffic/Circulation Vegetation Water Quality Wetland/Riparian Wildlife Growth Inducing Land Use Cumulative Effects Other Other Issues: Shadow and wind
Reviewing Agencies
California Department of Conservation California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Bay Delta Region 3 California Department of Transportation, Division of Transportation Planning California Highway Patrol California Native American Heritage Commission California Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Francisco Bay Region 2 Department of Housing and Community Development Department of Toxic Substances Control Office of Historic Preservation Resources Agency San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission California Department of Transportation, District 4

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