Hunters Point Shipyard - Series A, B, C
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October, 2013 - Hunters Point Shipyard Series C - This Fund is now open. Please inquire with SFBARC for more information.
August, 2013 - Hunters Point Shipyard Series A - Investors have begun to receive I-526 approvals
June 26, 2013 - Hunters Point Shipyard Groundbreaking Ceremony. Click here for photos.
The San Francisco Bay Area Regional Center is currently offering a unique project to foreign nationals seeking to gain permanent residency in the United States. After more than a decade of planning, the development of the Shipyard, San Francisco's newest neighborhood, is underway. The multi-billion dollar undertaking will transform the long-dormant Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, a 495 acre de-commissioned Navy base along San Francisco's southeast waterfront, into a vibrant master-planned community located just minutes from downtown San Francisco.
Development of the horizontal infrastructure for Phase I of the Shipyard has already commenced, clearing the way for vertical development to begin almost immediately. The 75-acre Phase I will consist of approximately 1,400 homes and 10,000 square feet of retail, including 25 acres of parks and open space. The eventual build-out of Phase I is projected to occur over the next five to seven years.
The Shipyard is located on prime real estate just minutes from downtown San Francisco. Residents will enjoy gorgeous views of the downtown skyline as well as the Bay Bridge, Yerba Buena Island, downtown Oakland, Berkeley and the East Bay hills. The proximity to jobs, convenient transportation, beautiful outdoor recreational amenities, and lively new retail shopping districts will contribute greatly to the desirability of this development.
UNIQUE HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
The Shipyard represents a unique opportunity for new housing in San Francisco. There is little, if any, land left for the construction of new housing units and for the most part new housing units are being constructed only in high-rise buildings. The Shipyard will offer new housing in low-rise townhomes and condominium flats on the San Francisco Bay.
BAY AREA'S MOST SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY
Approximately 25 acres of parks and open space will be built in Phase I. The Shipyard will become one of the Bay Area's most sustainable communities and the first Northern California mixed-use community to receive 100% renewable "clean power" from hydropower and solar energy.
SPURRING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The redevelopment of this underutilized area as well as the subsequent sale and/or leasing of newly created structures is expected to drive the creation of approximately 1,933 new, full-time jobs by the year 2013 and an additional 4,264 jobs by the completion of Phase I.
USCIS EXEMPLAR APPROVAL
Click here to see our exemplar approval for Series A and B on the CIty of San Francisco website.
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