San Francisco

Located on approximately 800 acres of bayfront property in the city of San Francisco, California, The San Francisco Shipyard and Candlestick Point are equidistant between downtown San Francisco and San Francisco International Airport. With plans for approximately 12,000 homesites and roughly 4.1 million square feet of commercial space, The San Francisco Shipyard is the largest development of its kind in the history of San Francisco. Commercial space will include a luxury urban shopping district, as well as dedicated community space, artist studios, and a performance venue that celebrate the area’s cultural diversity and history as an artists’ colony.

In keeping with FivePoint’s dedication to creating spaces that enhance wellness and celebrate nature, approximately half of The San Francisco Shipyard is reserved for open space, including parks, marshes, grasslands, and beaches. These native spaces provide a welcome respite from the bustling environment of the city beyond. The San Francisco Shipyard will offer residents a wide array of thoughtfully designed and sustainably landscaped pocket parks, as well as outdoor fitness equipment, bike racks, dedicated parking, transportation shuttles, acres of parks and trails, and a diverse array of public artworks.



12,000 homesites

Parks & Open Spaces


355 acres

of public parks, sports fields, and other
green space

San Francisco's Blue Greenway trail

which will provide a continuous recreational multiuse trail along the community’s waterfront



4.1 million square feet

of commercial space


550,000 square feet

are approved and planned for a luxury urban shopping district


100,000 square feet

are approved for community space, artist studios, and a performance venue

Affordable Housing

The community will include more than

3,000 affordable

housing units

Economic Impacts

Anticipated benefits during development


111,900 jobs

created during construction

Labor Income:

$9.3 billion generated

Tax Revenues:

$965.5 million generated

Economic Activity:

$22.9 billion generated

All numbers are approximate. Source: Beacon Economics