The California Barrel Company LLC, proposes to redevelop an approximately 29-acre site along San Francisco's central bayside waterfront with a variety of residential, commercial, parking, community facilities, and open space land uses. The residential uses would include both market-rate and affordable housing, and the commercial uses would include office, research and development/life science, retail, hotel, entertainment/ assembly, and production, distribution, and repair (PDR) uses. The proposed project would also include public access areas and open space, playing fields and other active open space uses, shoreline improvements, an internal grid of public streets, shared public ways, and utilities infrastructure. Overall, the proposed project would consist of up to approximately 5.4 million gross square feet of development. The project site is located within the Central Waterfront neighborhood, generally bounded by 22nd Street, San Francisco Bay, 23rd Street, and Illinois Street. The project site encompasses the location of the former Potrero Power Plant and certain adjacent parcels. The proposed project would include amendments to the General Plan and Planning Code, creating a new Potrero Power Station Special Use District (SUD). The SUD would establish land use controls for the project site and incorporate design standards in a new Potrero Power Station Design for Development document. The Zoning Maps would be amended to change the current zoning to the proposed SUD zoning. These amendments would also modify the existing height limits on the portions of the project site not owned by the Port of San Francisco. The rezoning would modify the existing height limits of 40 and 65 feet to various heights ranging from 65 to 240 feet. The proposed project would also include improvements to transportation and circulation, shoreline features, and utilities infrastructure. The proposed project would also include approval of a Development Agreement with a term of 30 years pursuant to Government Code Section 65865 and Chapter 56 of the San Francisco Administrative Code to provide a vested right to construct the project in exchange for public benefits in excess of those required by the San Francisco Municipal Code.