49ers, Giants and Warriors Real Estate Plays: An Inventory – The San Francisco Standard

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Oracle Park, located on the San Francisco waterfront, was the only pro sports venue in town for six years after the 49ers left and before the Warriors crossed the Bay Bridge. After opening the ballpark in 2000, the Giants took on an active role in redeveloping the Mission Bay area, which historically consisted of rail yards and industrial sheds.

In what’s been a tough couple of years for San Francisco real estate, the Giants delivered a rare win for the city in the form of its Mission Rock development, which opened its 23-story residential tower The Canyon. In development with real estate giant Tishman Speyer, the project—built on a former parking lot—is eventually slated to feature around 1,000 apartments, 8 acres of new parks and up to 1.7 million square feet of commercial space, which is already being leased up by the likes of Visa Inc. and global IT firm Capgemini.

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