11th & Natoma Park Project
Over 100,000 new households are projected to move into San Francisco by 2040, with much of the coming growth to be concentrated in SoMa. This dense, urban area is expected to see significant population growth northwest of the project site with the proposed Hub initiative within the Market & Octavia Plan. District 6, especially the southwest end of the district, is especially limited in parks and open space for its residents. To provide more open space in the neighborhood, Rec & Park has acquired a half-acre property on 11th Street, between Natoma and Minna, to develop a new park.
The full scope of this new half-acre park will be determined through the ongoing community engagement during planning phase (see below). The design will take into consideration park needs within the rapidly growing neighborhood and will consider any other new open spaces being developed by public and private developers within the area. Typical parks of this scale may include play features, nature exploration, courts, and other passive and active uses.
|Planning and concept design||Spring 2022 - Winter 2022||10 months|
|Design||Winter/spring 2023 - Winter/spring 2024||12 months|
|Bid||Spring 2024||6+ months|
|Construction||Summer 2024 - Summer 2025||12+ Months|
11th St. and Natoma St.
19,570 square feet (.48 acre)
Construction contingency: $500,000
Project soft costs: $7,275,000
Total project budget: $12,775,000
Eastern Neighborhood Development Impact Fees: $8,800,000
Market Octavia Development Impact Fees: $3,100,100
Natoma Properties Revenue: $600,000
$Open Space Acquisition Fund: $275,000
We are excited to announce an upcoming community meeting for a new park in the South of Market Area. . . Read on...