Piers 1½-3-5 offers tenants and visitors four unique best-in-class restaurant options, including La Mar (led by celeb Chef Gaston Acurio), Coqueta (James Beard 2014 Finalist – Best New Restaurant), all of which embrace the indoor and outdoor nature of the property and capture the immersive, captivating waterfront experience.
In 2020, Pacific Waterfront Partners was selected by the Port of San Francisco to redevelop Piers 38 & 40 located at the junction of The Embarcadero, SOMA, and Mission Bay neighborhoods. We are committed to creating a diverse, environmentally conscious, and enjoyable place for everyone to experience the waterfront in a new way.
Piers 38-40 will offer a sui generis experience for office, retail, light industrial (PDR), commercial and recreational berthing, along with a number of enticing public amenities. These piers are poised to attract visitors of the SF Giants ballpark and Chase Center, easily accessible by walking and close to local and regional public transit. It will also encompass a number of ESG components, targeting triple net-zero (energy, water, waste), affordability, and resliency, to name a few.
The Bay School of San Francisco, an independent
co-educational college preparatory high school founded in 2004, needed a new campus. The principals of Pacific Waterfront Partners and Equity Community Builders (ECB), as founding Trustees, stepped up to locate and develop a site in the Presidio for the new school.
The Pilara Family Foundation retained PWP in 2007 to manage the adaptive re-use and renovation of Pier 24 Annex for their extensive photographic collection. It was completed and opened to the public in in 2009 and is the largest exhibition space dedicated to the collection and preservation of photography in North America.
PWP managed the entire development process by preparing financial feasibility studies, negotiating and securing all necessary approvals for the lease, obtained entitlements and permits, and opened the project in a span of 22 months.