The San Francisco Business Times recently reported that the proposed substantial rebuild of Treasure Island by developers Lennar Corp. and Wilson Meany, which includes the construction of 8,000 homes, has cleared another hurdle after a state Appeals Court upheld a previous ruling that an Environmental Impact Report approved by the city is adequate. BCV helped complete the master plan for the project, which, in addition to new housing units, includes retail, hotel and office space, as well as the renovation of historic buildings and the creation of 300 acres of open space.
Lennar’s Regional Vice President Kofi Bonner added that “We are ready to begin building a great new community at Treasure Island. With incredible scenery and easy access by road and water, Treasure Island will become one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods.”
Read more: State court rules in favor of Treasure Island developers, hurdle cleared for 8,000 homes | SF Business Times