a new vision

Since the creation of Golden Gate Park, Treasure Island is home to the largest expansion of public open space in the Bay Area. We invite you to be part of this once-in-a-generation opportunity that is redefining life in San Francisco.

new homes
acres of parks
miles of trails
minute ferry ride

Treasure Island - Yerba Buena Island Ferry Service

A scenic 10-minute ride now operating between Treasure Island Ferry Terminal and Downtown San Francisco Ferry Building, Gate B

Events & Happenings

Join Aracely Cafe on April 9 for a memorable Easter Sunday brunch.

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at Aracely Cafe on March 17, complete with live music and a golden coin toss.

Register for Spring Classes with the Treasure Island Sailing Center.

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live here

Treasure Island offers world-class residences with exceptional wellness, leisure, culture, and amenities. With floor plans for every lifestyle and ~1,000 homes available in 2024, learn more about our unique neighborhood.

Parks & Places

Parks & Places

Parks & Places


Coming soon. Located on the north slope of Yerba Buena Island above Clipper Cove, The Rocks Dog Park provides panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay, the East Bay hills and the Bay Bridge. The park is nestled into the hillside through the use of native Greywacke boulders salvaged during the island’s redevelopment. The boulders frame the dog run and park spaces and form alcoves for visitors and their dogs to mingle and enjoy the welcoming scenic park. The park’s planting palette includes native species from the coastal scrub plant community, and aligns with the Yerba Buena Island Habitat Management Plan.

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    Thank you for your interest. We will keep you informed on the future of Treasure Island.