A new park has just opened along the Mission Bay waterfront in the area previously known as Pier 64 and now named Bayfront Park. The dog-friendly 7.4 acre park includes gorgeous bay views, walking/running trails, a public fishing pier, benches, and picnic tables. It’s located along Terry A Francois Boulevard and extends from Mission Bay Boulevard South (home of the Radiance and the Madrone condominium buildings) to 16th Street, where it connects to the Dogpatch/Central Waterfront’s Agua Vista Park. Both parks are relatively undisturbed and quiet now, but will grow in popularity as more new developments open in the area; Mission Bay’s newest development, Arden, will be located just a few blocks away (it’s currently under construction, with the sales office’s opening planned for late April or early May).
For more information about Mission Bay, Central Waterfront, and the Dogpatch or upcoming new developments in the area, contact Vi Pavlicevich at 415.828.1114 or email@example.com.
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