... Is Happening Now.

 

A new view of how the city is meant to be experienced.

A destination seamlessly connected to Downtown’s urban energy, yet immersed in the natural beauty of the Bay Area.

By embracing the unique culture of the city, Treasure Island will soon provide everything one needs to live a fulfilling life in one distinct San Francisco location.


AN ENTIRELY UNIQUE LOCATION

Treasure Island offers a stunning, San Francisco location—10 minutes from downtown surrounded by the bay.

A FULFILLING WAY OF LIFE

Treasure Island provides an environment to live a fulfilled life—socially, culturally, physically and professionally –a complete lifestyle within one destination.

THE BEST OF SAN FRANCISCO WITHIN VIEW

Only one neighborhood brings San Francisco’s greatest attributes—iconic bridges, skyline, bay waters and surrounding hillsides—into one singular view.

A RARE DUALITY OF EXPERIENCES

Though an urban neighborhood, nature is at the forefront of the everyday experience at Treasure Island.

A SUSTAINABLE, FORWARD-THINKING METROPOLIS

Treasure Island will define the urban landscape of the future, incorporating the world’s most technologically advanced, environmentally conscious building practices. It is the first development ever to be awarded Platinum LEED status for Neighborhood Development.

AN EMBLEMATIC SAN FRANCISCO STORY

San Francisco has always defined new cultural trends, embracing a spirit of innovation, expression and inclusivity, values that will live on in the people who shape Treasure Island.

VIBRANT LIVABILITY

 
Redevelopment of Treasure Island will create a diverse new community catering to all income levels with a focus on environmental sustainability, easy access to transit, major new parks and trails and a vibrant livability that reflects the past and anticipates the future of the Bay Area. Surrounded by natural beauty with breathtaking views, Treasure Island is just 10 minutes from San Francisco and Oakland.
Built to celebrate the opening of the Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge, the man-made Treasure Island also hosted the 1939 World’s Fair. It served as a U.S. Navy facility for more than half a century before it was turned over to the City of San Francisco. After a 20-year planning and design process that included hundreds of community meetings and broad public input, construction has begun to transform Treasure Island and the adjacent Yerba Buena Island.

A new community for ALL Bay Area residents:

8,000 homes, with 27% designated as affordable and income-qualified

Shops, cafés, food venues and neighborhood services that create a self-sufficient neighborhood not dependent on cars

 

 

Environmental commitment to preserving and protecting the unique landscape of the islands



290 acres of open space – the largest expansion of San Francisco’s public open space since Golden Gate Park



22 miles of walking, hiking and biking paths



3,700 new trees



Shoreline rehabilitation to protect against sea-level rise while providing new public access to the Bay



Rigorous testing and remediation to ensure Treasure Island is clean and safe



Development plan has been awarded LEED-ND Platinum plan certification, the highest designation possible for green, sustainable development.

Environmental commitment to preserving and protecting the unique landscape of the islands



290 acres of open space – the largest expansion of San Francisco’s public open space since Golden Gate Park



22 miles of walking, hiking and biking paths



3,700 new trees



Shoreline rehabilitation to protect against sea-level rise while providing new public access to the Bay



Rigorous testing and remediation to ensure Treasure Island is clean and safe



Development plan has been awarded LEED-ND Platinum plan certification, the highest designation possible for green, sustainable development.
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Significant investment in new transportation facilities to reduce congestion and emissions

  • A new ferry terminal located within a 15-minute walking distance for all residents, with regular service to the Ferry Building, just 10 minutes away
  • Intra-modal transit hub to connect ferries and on-island shuttle, bicyclists, pedestrians
  • All streets accommodate vehicles, but with design parameters to emphasize use by pedestrians and bicyclists

Protecting the history while anticipating the future

  • Historic preservation of architecturally significant buildings, including the famous Administration Building and the two large hanger structures
  • Public-art programming overseen by San Francisco Arts Commission and funded by the redevelopment
  • All new state-of-the-art backbone infrastructure; electric, gas, water, sewer. Telecommunications and data