From former engine rooms and machinery repair shops to air raid shelters and pump houses, existing structures on this stretch of land span decades and continue to endure. Striking art deco, mid-century, and industrial details punctuate this dockside district, which displays the very visible signs of a long and proud history of enterprise and commerce that’s ready for revitalization as new and exciting office space ranging from education facilities to research and design.

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A Landmark Redefined

Imagine a full, north-facing glass façade that reveals a bustling three-story interior of this spirited, roughly 475,000 square foot office space, which itself opens out onto the native green grass of the adjoining park.

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Artist’s rendering conceptual only, subject to change

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Reigniting Bayview’s Engine Room

This four-story, approximately 230,000 square foot building was a part of Bayview’s ultra-productive, historic naval yard. Now, the robust concrete frame in The SF Shipyard’s Warehouse District could be transformed into an R&D lab or new office space, filled with natural light and topped with a roof garden.

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Artist’s rendering conceptual only, subject to change