San FranciscoSan Francisco<p>Forest City's innovative approach to building community fits ideally with the Bay Area market, a global hub of diversity, creativity and ingenuity.</p><p>Forest City's well-established and growing presence in the San Francisco Bay Area includes large-scale mixed-used developments, apartments and retail.</p><p><strong>Urban Places to Live</strong></p><p>The <a href="" target="_blank">Presidio Landmark</a>, an award-winning adaptive reuse project (see property profile below) is located in the famed Presidio of San Francisco, a national park site cradled by the coastline and the city.</p><p>The 88-unit<a href="" target="_blank"> 2175 Market</a> rental apartment building in San Francisco's Upper Market neighborhood achieved LEED Platinum certification through sustainably sourced materials and energy-efficient systems, from appliances to solar hot water heating.</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">Bayside Village</a> is an urban oasis with more than 860 apartment homes in mid-rise buildings situated around a lushly landscaped courtyard and offering dramatic bay and bridge views along San Francisco's Embarcadero.<br></p><p><a href="" target="_blank">The Uptown</a>, in Oakland's emerging arts and entertainment district, includes 665 apartment units, 9,000 square feet of neighborhood-serving retail, green spaces, a public park and public art. The four-block former brownfield site project is LEED Silver Certified, and has served as a major catalyst in the revival of the Uptown District.</p><p><strong>Mixed-Use Projects: The 5M Project, Pier 70 and San Francisco Centre</strong></p><p>Forest City is recognized as an innovative mixed-use developer. In San Francisco, one of the most dynamic markets in the country, the company built the downtown San Francisco Centre and created master plans with the community for the 5M Project and the Pier 70 redevelopment projects. Each of these projects illustrates Forest City's ability to combine adaptive reuse and new construction in unique urban settings.</p><p>The <a href="" target="_blank">5M Project</a> will be a mixed-use development covering four acres in downtown San Francisco, including the adaptive reuse of the iconic San Francisco Chronicle building. The project will transform the current site into residential units, new and renovated office space, public open space and parks, as well as retail and other ground-floor uses while preserving three historic buildings. 5M is the city's first private project to keep all affordable housing (40 percent) onsite, within the same block and in the immediate neighborhood to localize benefits. </p><p>The <a href="" target="_blank">Pier 70</a> project proposes to revitalize 28 acres in San Francisco's Central Waterfront with housing, jobs, new public waterfront parks, rehabilitated historic buildings, and space for artists and local manufacturing in a public-private partnership with the Port of San Francisco. It will generate up to 10,000 local jobs, and build waterfront parks, commercial office, residential units (30 percent affordable) and retail, light industrial and arts space.</p><p>One of Forest City's signature adaptive reuse projects, The Presidio Landmark, offers the best of historic preservation, sustainability, modernity and community. Part of the 1,500-acre Presidio of San Francisco, a national park in the city, Forest City has transformed an abandoned, graffiti-strewn and damaged 220,000 square-foot former Marine hospital built in 1932 into a distinctive apartment community with 161 rental units. The apartments offer dramatic views of the city, ocean and surrounding parkland. The stately Georgian revival building is the Bay Area's first adaptive reuse of an historic building as a residential community to achieve LEED Gold certification.</p><p>An adjacent building of seven townhomes, known as The Belles, offers three-bedroom, three-bath floor plans and was San Francisco's first LEED Platinum-certified multifamily housing units.</p><p>Both properties involve a public-private partnership between Forest City and the Presidio Trust.</p><p>Forest City – in partnership with Westfield – co-owns Westfield San Francisco Centre in downtown San Francisco. The 1.2 million square-foot adaptive reuse project is the Bay Area's premiere destination for world-class shopping, entertainment and dining.</p>



The Presidio LandmarkThe Presidio Landmark<p>​The Presidio Landmark is an adaptive reuse of a six-story, 220,000-square-foot historic marine hospital, the largest historic landmark in the Presidio National Park, into 154 high-end rental apartments.<br></p><p>​The LEED Gold-certified community features 154 high-end rental apartments and offers the opportunity to live in a sustainable building in the middle of a national park, next to trails, beaches and a golf course, steps from the excitement of San Francisco.<br></p><p>​The property was developed through a public-private partnership with the The Presidio Trust, which manages the 1,500-acre Presidio of San Francisco and its conversion from military post to park.<br></p>161<img alt="" src="/SiteCollectionImages/Property%20Images/Apartments/Presidio-Landmark-2800x934.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />ApartmentsThe-Presidio-Landmark