Community Benefits

As part of its agreement with the Treasure Island Development Authority, Treasure Island Community Development (TICD) has agreed to fund an array of community benefits, addressing a wide variety of crucial projects and services that will make Treasure Island a complete neighborhood. TICD contributions total over $200 million, and include the following:

  • Affordable Housing accounting for 27 percent of total housing units. TICD is preparing pads for development by nonprofit developers, and is providing more than $100 million in subsidy support for affordable housing on Treasure Island
  • A new public school site will be provided to the San Francisco Unified School District
  • All-new utility infrastructure, including public power provided by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
  • Construction of a new ferry terminal and transit hub and support for ferry operations
  • Purchase of new MUNI and AC transit buses to support additional transit usage
  • Support for a shuttle bus system that will provide access to the Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island neighborhoods
  • 290 acres of public parks and open space, the largest expansion of public open space in San Francisco since the creation of Golden Gate Park
  • 22 miles of public hiking and bicycle paths
  • A funding contribution toward the construction of new Bay Bridge ramps
  • New public safety center (Police and Fire Station)
  • Contribution to the creation of a new child-care Center
  • New site for the Treasure Island Sailing Center
  • Public art programming  lead by the San Francisco Arts Commission
  • New sports fields that will consolidate and expand the field areas that are on Treasure Island now
  • A new 20-acre urban farm
  • A job training and placement program supported by TICD and run by One Treasure Island