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 The existing industrial neighborhood offers good transit access, as well as exceptional view opportunities to the Bay, and San Francisco's skyline, with a density well suited for place making and evolution towards a walkable, sustainable community.
       
     
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emeryville mixed use feasibility study
       
     
emeryville mixed use feasibility study

work completed by Jeffrey Till while Design Principal at Perkins + Will

This feasibility study for Gerding Edlen Developers examines a 5 acre, high visibility site on San Francisco Bay for transformation into a new residential mixed use community of 750 homes.

 The existing industrial neighborhood offers good transit access, as well as exceptional view opportunities to the Bay, and San Francisco's skyline, with a density well suited for place making and evolution towards a walkable, sustainable community.
       
     

The existing industrial neighborhood offers good transit access, as well as exceptional view opportunities to the Bay, and San Francisco's skyline, with a density well suited for place making and evolution towards a walkable, sustainable community.

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160902_EmeryvilleAtriumRedevt_Concept_Page_66 (2017_09_28 21_07_46 UTC).jpg
       
     
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