The Treasure Island development includes an adaptive reuse of historical buildings on Yerba Buena Island as well as new housing, commercial, retail, hotel and open space. Specially, the following is planned on the Island: up to 8,000 homes; 140,000 square feet of new commercial and retail space; 100,000 square feet of new office space; 500-room hotel; and 300 acres of parks and public open space. Additionally, this project creates a town center and also includes a ferry terminal, retail district, plaza, and a 400-slip marina.
Community benefits of this project include:
- Waterfront parks and plaza, marina plaza, sports and recreation park, urban agriculture park, neighborhood parks, trails and overlooks, and a cultural park
- New and upgraded community facilities and streets with bicycle, transit, and pedestrian facilities
- New joint police/fire station, funding for upgraded school facilities, sailing center, gym, community center, childcare facility, environmental education center, museum, and Life Learning Academy
June 28, 2011
Visit the Treasure Island Development Authority for a full list of all development documents for this project.