Mission Rock

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SF Giants go for port approval of project
"The plan to put the long-awaited $1.6 billion Mission Rock development on the cold, desolate parking lot across the channel from AT&T Park is nearly complete, and the prospective landlords couldn't be happier.
- San Francisco Chronicle, January 26, 2032

SF Backs Mission Rock Development Plan by Giants
"The Mission Rock development the San Francisco Giants plan to build on the bleak parking lot across from AT&T Park could provide a missing piece for the massive Mission Bay development, city officials said Wednesday."
- San Francisco Chronicle, April 5, 2012

Giants' Mission Rock plan is in City's Ballpark
"The San Francisco Giants' plan to convert AT&T Park's barren, wind-swept parking lot into the "heartbeat of Mission Bay," with homes, offices, shops and restaurants, is the much-needed link that will connect the burgeoning neighborhood to the rest of the city, team officials said Tuesday."
- San Francisco Chronicle, April 4, 2012

One of the top competitor's to develop lot
"Meanwhile on Tuesday, the Port Commission chose two development teams to compete to develop the property near AT&T Park - one group includes the Giants and another is headed by Kenwood Investments, which is leading the development of Treasure Island."
- San Francisco Chronicle, April 23

Giants' development idea best of 4 proposals
"The political buzz is that the development team with the best shot at winning the land is the one organized by the San Francisco Giants. Lucky for us, that's also the team with the best of the four proposals being reviewed by the Port of San Francisco."
- San Francisco Chronicle, March 2, 2008

Giants, others ready to take swing
"Of the four, the most high-profile proposal was drafted by a group led by the Giants, which uses the lot for game-day parking under a lease that will expire in late 2009."
- The Examiner, February 25 2008

Beyond the bleachers
"This vision for the waterfront just might work, commercially and aesthetically. The competition for development rights at Mission Rock should be every bit as intense as the race in the NL West. Speaking of baseball, those groundskeepers have a lot of work to do before Opening Day, April 7."
San Francisco Chronicle, February 17, 2008

4 plans for tract near AT&T Park
"The Giants joined Cordish Co. of Baltimore and San Francisco-based Farallon Capital Management for a plan with a 5,000-seat music hall, offices, homes and a five-acre park."
- San Francisco Chronicle, February 16, 2008

Mission Rock News

"The Mission Rock development the San Francisco Giants plan to build on the bleak parking lot across from AT&T Park could provide a missing piece for the massive Mission Bay development, city officials said Wednesday."
- San Francisco Chronicle (April 5, 2012)

"The San Francisco Giants' plan to convert AT&T Park's barren, wind-swept parking lot into the "heartbeat of Mission Bay," with homes, offices, shops and restaurants, is the much-needed link that will connect the burgeoning neighborhood to the rest of the city, team officials said Tuesday."
- San Francisco Chronicle (April 4, 2012)

"Meanwhile on Tuesday, the Port Commission chose two development teams to compete to develop the property near AT&T Park - one group includes the Giants and another is headed by Kenwood Investments, which is leading the development of Treasure Island."
- San Francisco Chronicle (April 23)

"The political buzz is that the development team with the best shot at winning the land is the one organized by the San Francisco Giants. Lucky for us, that's also the team with the best of the four proposals being reviewed by the Port of San Francisco."
- San Francisco Chronicle (March 2, 2008)

"Of the four, the most high-profile proposal was drafted by a group led by the Giants, which uses the lot for game-day parking under a lease that will expire in late 2009."
- The Examiner (February 25 2008)

"This vision for the waterfront just might work, commercially and aesthetically. The competition for development rights at Mission Rock should be every bit as intense as the race in the NL West. Speaking of baseball, those groundskeepers have a lot of work to do before Opening Day, April 7."
- San Francisco Chronicle (February 17, 2008)

"The Giants joined Cordish Co. of Baltimore and San Francisco-based Farallon Capital Management for a plan with a 5,000-seat music hall, offices, homes and a five-acre park."
- San Francisco Chronicle (February 16, 2008)

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