Westbrook Plans to Help Revitalize San Francisco’s Historic Pier 70


Our Los Angeles Real Estate team advised Westbrook Partners on an acquisition of a parcel of the historic Pier 70 in San Francisco, California, as part of a redevelopment project. Pier 70 is a 69-acre property owned by the Port of San Francisco. As home to both Union Iron Works and Bethlehem Steel, Pier 70 has been a source for major ship repair operations since the Spanish American War. Currently, Pier 70 is a mix of vacant land and deteriorating buildings that restrict public activity and waterfront access behind fences. Pier 70 will be redeveloped into a mix of office, residential, retail, artist studios, light-industrial, open space, and waterfront parks. The project will also include the rehabilitation of significant historical buildings.  Westbrook intends to help revitalize a portion of the Pier 70 property by constructing a mixed-use development that will include for sale residential units and commercial space, as well as a street-front plaza that will serve as a gateway into the Pier 70 project. The phased project will take more than a decade to complete, and the local community’s vision and culture is shaping every aspect of the site design and planning.

Our team was led by Randy Perry and included Will Barrett, Taylor Moustris and Tatyanna Senel.