EST. 1939
EST. 1939

Naturally urban.

Treasure Island was born of innovation, from its very creation to host the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition. We're building on that tradition. Once complete, the Island will be re-crafted into one of the nation's most sustainable and forward looking communities, encompassing 465 acres with 8,000 new homes. It will balance the urban vibrancy of the City with the intimacy of small-town neighborhoods, across three distinct districts built around dedicated community spaces. The Island is designed to be enjoyed on two feet and two wheels. There will be over 300 acres of parks, promenades and trails, all enhanced by spectacular 360-degree views of downtown San Francisco, the Bay and surrounding hills. Residents will be able to walk to retail, amenities, a modernized marina, and a brand new ferry landing that's just a 10-minute ride away from the San Francisco Ferry building.

A model for the world.

The Clinton Climate Initiative and the U.S. Green Building Council have selected Treasure Island as one of the 16 founding projects in 10 countries on six continents that will set an environmental and economic example for large-scale development projects around the world.

Open spaces, open minds.

A team of award-winning landscape architects will design a diversity of parks and open spaces. Their work will enhance the spectacular views from the Island, enrich the quality of life of its residents, and invite all San Franciscans and the entire global community to visit its shores.

CMG Landscape Architecture |
Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture |
Hood Design |
Office of Cheryl Barton |