The Potrero Power Station Mixed-Use Project (PPS) will open a large portion of the City’s eastern waterfront to the public for the first time in 150 years. It will be the location of new homes, offices, labs, retail, PDR (light industrial/arts) uses, community facilities, and nearly 7 acres of open space.
The site's developers are hosting a Zoom meeting this Sunday, October 11 at 10 am to hear about details of their progress to date:
+ Plans to break ground this Spring
+ Herzog & de Meuron’s designs for Station A
+ Two commercial buildings along 23rd street.
+ The architects and initial designs for our first three residential buildings, including a 100% affordable housing project, that will be built along Power Station Park.
+ The newly established Power Station Foundation supporting non-profit organizations in our community--currently focused on COVID- 19 relief efforts, education, and providing services for the most vulnerable populations in our district.
We look forward to our next virtual gathering for the Blocks 7 and 8 Pre-Application
Join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/93531211446
Join via Phone: (669) 900-6833, Passcode: 93531211446
In addition, neighborhood history advocate Peter Linenthal has launched a campaign to save a part of station A, seen above, that won't make the cut on site, to be reused in Warm Water Cove. See his petition to learn more. His artful rendering tells the story!