The Treasure Island & Yerba Buena Island Redevelopment is a Public Private Partnership entitled for 8,000 residential units, 450,000 sq. ft. of commercial, 300 room hotels, and 300 acres of park and open space. KASA was retained in 2013 to join the senior project management team of Wilson Meany to oversee the first phase of the development. KASA worked hand in hand with Wilson Meany’s counterparts at Fivepoint in all aspects of the project including pro forma and budget analysis.
KASA’s primary responsibilities included design and cost management of five new parks and streetscape and the associated infrastructure. We also led the effort to design and permit the new ferry terminal and breakwater keys. KASA was also tasked to run the due diligence of the three historic administration and hanger buildings for future adaptive reuse.
During this effort, we worked with numerous City and regional agencies including SF Planning, MOD, DPW, SFPUC, Caltrans, Port of SF, BCDC, RWQCB, and the Army Corps of Engineers. We liaised and coordinated with the Treasure Island Development Authority including meeting regularly with their staff and Executive Director to ensure a positive working relationship and trust.
KASA and the team successfully acquired the Master Plan and Sub-Phase I Planning Approval from the City of San Francisco and long-term regulatory permits from the various water agencies.