Connecting the City to the Waterfront

From the award-winning historic development of Piers 1 ½, 3 & 5 to Pier 24 Photography to The Bay School of San Francisco, Pacific Waterfront Partners is committed to creating people places.

Piers 38-40

In August 2020, PWP was selected by the Port of San Francisco to redevelop Piers 38 & 40 after a three-year process. PWP is looking forward to partnering with the Port of San Francisco and collaborative working groups of engaged neighbors and stakeholders to design a project that will not only meet but exceed the Port’s objectives and the Port’s and Community’s goals.

Piers 1½, 3, & 5

Piers 1 ½, 3 & 5 (The Piers), located on the Northeast Waterfront adjacent to the Ferry Building, were originally built in 1918. In 2000, PWP was selected to rehabilitate the Piers and completed the project in 2006, securing it on the National Register of Historic Places.

Pier 24 Photography

PWP was engaged to secure and develop a location for the Pilara Foundation’s world class photography collection. At 27,000 sq. ft., the Pilara Family Foundation at Pier 24 is one of the largest buildings dedicated to the collection and preservation of  photography in North America.

The Bay School Of San Francisco

The Bay School is located in the 1,400-acre Presidio campus, the nation’s largest urban national park. It is the only high school located in a national park and offers a spectacular natural environment for learning and recreation, minutes away from the diverse resources of San Francisco. Redevelopment of The Bay School was undertaken in partnership with Equity Community Builders.

Principal's Experience

Embarcadero Center

San Francisco, CA

Embarcadero Center West

San Francisco, CA

Marina Square

Republic of Singapore

Peachtree Center

Atlanta, GA

Portman Ritz Carlton Hotel and Condominiums

Shanghai, China

Pan Pacific Hotel (Now J.W. Marriott)

San Francisco, CA

Hyatt Regency Hotel

San Francisco, CA

EC West Park Hyatt Hotel
(Now Le Meridien)

San Francisco, CA