Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 1 and 2/Candlestick Point


The Hunters Point Shipyard (the “Shipyard”) and Candlestick Point (together “HPS/CP”) form approximately 770 acres along the southeastern waterfront of San Francisco. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors originally adopted the Shipyard Redevelopment Plan in 1997 and amended it in 2010 along with the Bay View Hunters Point Redevelopment Plan in 2010 to provide for the integrated planning and development of the Shipyard and the Candlestick Point portion of the Bayview Hunters Point Redevelopment Project Area. Transfer of property after environmental remediation from the U.S. Department of the Navy (the “Navy”) to OCII, and in turn, redevelopment of the property, occurs in phases. Candlestick Point is subject to State and local land transfer agreements that allow for the reuse of the stadium site and adjacent under-utilized parklands.

Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 1

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The Hunters Point Shipyard Redevelopment Project Area is divided into two phases: Phase 1 and Phase 2 . Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 1(“HPS Phase 1”) is a new, mixed-income, residential community located on former United States Navy land in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood in southeastern San Francisco. HPS Phase 1 is bifurcated into two areas, Hilltop and Hillside, and is currently undergoing active development.

Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 2/Candlestick Point

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Candlestick Point and Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 2 are two portions of two separate redevelopment project areas that have been combined into one development project. This project will redevelop vacant and underutilized land into new, master-planned, multi-use and mixed-income waterfront districts within the Bayview Hunters Point community, in the southeastern corner of San Francisco. This redevelopment project is currently in the pre-development stage, with the exception of certain artist and community uses in Hunters Point Shipyard and the Alice Griffith neighborhood of Candlestick Point, which are in the development phase.