• KTVU: "Tom Vacar Reports on Launching of New Water Taxi Launch and Free Public Dock" December 13, 2007

  • SF Examiner: "Water-Taxi Stand Makes Debut" December 13, 2007

    San Francisco Waterfront Partners and The Port of San Francisco hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony celebrating the opening of San Francisco’s first water taxi landing and free public dock.

  • SF Chronicle: "Embarcadero to Get Peruvian Restaurant" August 15, 2007

    La Mar Cebichería Peruana, the first U.S. restaurant from Peruvian star chef Gaston Acurio, will go into spacious seaside digs in the newly renovated Pier 1 1/2. As a cebichería, La Mar will specialize in Peruvian seafood dishes with Andean, Asian and Spanish influences. The menu will incorporate classic Peruvian dishes and ingredients, such as potatoes, tomatoes and chiles, as well as pastas combined with seafood and chile-infused sauces, all adapted to Northern California’s sensibility and ingredients.

  • SF Business Times: "Bloomberg Hits C Note at New Offices" August 13, 2007

    In the city’s most expensive lease since the dot-com melt-down six years ago, financial news provider Bloomberg LP has inked a deal to take 30,000 square feet at the Piers, San Francisco Waterfront Partners’ boutique historic rehab at Piers 1 ½, 3, and 5.

  • SF Business Times: "Waterfront Developer Hooks Big S.F. Real Estate Fish" April 30, 2007

    Paul Osmundson’s episode of “This is Your Life” would include a boat ride along the San Francisco Bay. Osmundson, the new director of development at Pacific Waterfront Partners, LLC has played a leading role in the development of high profile development projects stretching from the Giant’s ballpark to the Presidio.

  • SF Business Times: "San Francisco Best Rehab Piers 1 1/2, 3 & 5" March 23, 2007

    Piers 1 1/2, 3 & 5 finally docked last year. It took the developer five years of navigating historic preservation rules, approvals from 16 public agencies and uniquely challenging waterfront construction dilemmas, but San Francisco Waterfront Partners opened the office and retail project next to the Ferry Building, bringing back a piece of the city’s waterfront history.