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Public Safety Building Taking Shape in Mission Bay

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The new $243 million San Francisco Public Safety Building in the Mission Bay neighborhood is helping fill the gap along Third Street between Dogpatch and the Giants ballpark. The new Hok/Mark Cavagnero Associates designed building, across China Basin Street from the popular Madrone development, will provide a new 264,000 sq. ft. home for the SFPD Command Center as well as a new Mission Bay fire station. The existing, historic Fire Station #30 will be integrated with the new building to become a 25,000 sq. ft. community meeting room. The PSB was ordered after the current home of the SFPD Command Center at The Hall of Justice was deemed unsafe in the event of a large earthquake. Money for the new PSB was secured through the Earthquake Safety and Emergency Bond of 2010 and it is being designed to very strict standards in hopes of surviving even the mightiest of quakes. In addition the structure is seeking LEED Gold certification, with occupancy expected ready in March 2014. -Michael Conrad
· San Francisco Public Safety Building [buildsfpsb.com]
· A New Vision for Public Safety [HOK]

Madrone

Third Street & Mission Bay Boulevard South, San Francisco, CA