Posts Tagged ‘Future’
OMG, You’re Not Going to Believe This Self-Driving Mercedes at California and Mason – “F 015 Luxury in Motion”Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
Our Presidio Trust Invites You to Consider the Future of the Former Commissary at Crissy Field – Today Thru Wed – July 29-31Monday, July 29th, 2013
All the deets:
“The Presidio Trust invites the public to consider the future of the former Commissary at Crissy Field, which is currently occupied by Sports Basement. The Trust’s longstanding objective has been to create a cultural institution of distinction at this magnificent waterfront location. Now that the area is being transformed by the new approach to the Golden Gate Bridge (a project known as the Presidio Parkway), the time is right to plan for the future of this area.
In November 2012 the Presidio Trust issued a Request for Concept Proposals (RFCP). Sixteen responses were submitted. After considering public comment and engaging with a number of the teams directly, the Trust invited three teams to continue in the process via a Request for Proposals (RFP) that was issued in May 2013. Final proposals are due September 16, 2013. The teams are:
- The Bridge/Sustainability Institute – proposed by the Chora Group and WRNS
- Lucas Cultural Arts Museum – proposed by George Lucas
- Presidio Exchange – proposed by the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
Join us at Informational Open Houses July 29 – 31
Drop in, meet the project teams, and engage in one-on-one discussion about this remarkable opportunity. The Open Houses will be held at the Observation Post (211 Lincoln Boulevard, near the Post Office on the Main Post). Three sessions will be offered on each day: 8:30am to 10am; 11:30am to 1pm; and 6:30pm to 8pm.
The schedule is as follows:
- Monday, July 29 – Lucas Cultural Arts Museum
- Tuesday, July 30 – Bridge/Sustainability Center
- Wednesday, July 31 – Presidio Exchange
If you have any questions, please email the Presidio Trust at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- November 2012: The Presidio Trust initiates a Request for Concept Proposals (RFCP) process to explore programmatic possibilities for the former Commissary.
- Early March 2013: Sixteen teams submit concepts for consideration. View all proposals >>
- April 2013: The public comments on the initial ideas are received at a public meeting of the Presidio Trust Board of Directors.
- May 10, 2013: The Presidio Trust issues a request for more detailed proposals (view theRequest for Proposals) to three of the teams.
- June 17, 2013: The three teams present their ideas at a public meeting. View transcript >>
- July 29-31, 2013: Informational Open Houses to be held.
- September 16, 2013: Proposals are due.
The San Francisco Business Times Hosts Prayer Breakfast at the Hilton this AM – Praying for Ed Lee’s 49% Approval RatingFriday, September 14th, 2012
(You know, praying that that percentage doesn’t drop too much further.)
Well, read the news and turn the pages. Here’s an recent ouchy from the HuffPo’s Aaron Sankin:
Whoops, how could that be?
Now let’s hear from Ron Russell of the Bay Area Observer. Just yesterday he pointed us to a couple things:
“…marks the departure of one of the best-known companies, with a global brand, from the city where it was born…”
“Social media companies and other tech companies are competing for space in San Francisco,” said Edward Del Beccaro, managing director with Transwestern Real Estate. “So other companies have to consider whether to renew their leases in San Francisco or look for other locations.”
Oh, and look at who else is leaving town. That’s right it’s the San Francisco 49ers:
Justin Herman Plaza, September 12th, 2012 – enjoy your weekend and then check out Homecoming 2012 this Sunday at 5:20 PM – this is a game you won’t want to miss – Detroit Lions. (I think I prefer the older uniforms, actually. Moving on…)
So, I’m struggling to understand how the City Family’s all-knowing, all-seeing Dear Leader Ed Lee, whose primary qualification for getting appointed appears to have been pleasing Willie Brown whether Willie Brown was doing something good or Willie Brown was doing something bad, is so obviously steering us in the right direction.
Will Twitter (the so-called “Mid-Market phenomenon”) ever employ 6000 souls in San Francisco? Hells no. So why do we base our planning around that prediction?
That’s the kind of thing I think about these days.
All right, enjoy your brekky at the Hilton, everybody, while I wonder who writes stuff like this:
“Cranes are in the air, office and residential towers are rising and San Francisco’s real estate market is red hot!”
“Join us for your tour of San Francisco’s future!”
Ooh, I have one too. It goes like:
“Let’s take the Golden State Warriors away from pathetic Oakland – It’s like stealing candy from a baby!”
Oh, and this:
“Let’s not talk about the failed America’s Cup anymore! At least not today.”
All right, back to “reality.” Here’s the invite. Enjoy:
“San Francisco Structures
This event is sold out.
Building San Francisco: Pipeline to the Future
Cranes are in the air, office and residential towers are rising and San Francisco’s real estate market is red hot!
This annual event takes a sweeping look at developments transforming San Francisco’s landscape, and the vision for the future. Our all-star lineup of real estate and community leaders will share inside information on the pipeline of projects: the Mid-Market phenomenon; sports team-led developments; Moscone Center expansion; key waterfront developments; what’s ahead for Mission Bay, and San Francisco is rapidly becoming the innovation capital of the world. Join us for your tour of San Francisco’s future!
*Mayor Ed Lee, City of San Francisco
*Rick Welts, President & COO, Golden State Warriors
*Carl Shannon, Managing Director, Regional Director – Northern California, Tishman Speyer
*Joe D’Alessandro, President & CEO, San Francisco Travel
Partnering Associations: BOMA San Francisco; SPUR; ULI San Francisco
- Friday, September 14, 2012, 7:30am-10:00am
- Hilton San Francisco Union Square – Grand Ballroom B
333 O’Farrell Street
San Francisco, CA 94102″
[UPDATE: Oblvious, as expected. Who’s the cheerleader now?