Please join us on Tuesday, July 13th for a presentation on plans for development of Treasure Island. Chris Meany, founding partner at Wilson Meany, will join us for an in-depth discussion about Treasure Island’s sustainable transit-oriented development. Rising on the site of this former naval station will be a new San Francisco community comprised of two distinct and vibrant neighborhoods with up to 8,000 homes (single family townhomes to mid-rise and high-rise towers, including 25% designated as affordable housing), three hotels, mixed-use space for retail and commercial ventures and vast stretches of public parks and open spaces laced with walking and bike trails.
The webinar is free for LAI Members. Members may invite two guests each.
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Chris Meany has been executing innovative urban infill developments in California since 1985. Among his landmark projects are the Ferry Building, 140 New Montgomery, One Powell and the Flood Building in San Francisco, and Broadway Pointe in Walnut Creek. Presently he leads the redevelopment of Bay Meadows in San Mateo, Treasure Island in San Francisco, and Hollywood Park in Inglewood. Wilson Meany is the successor entity to Wilson/Meany, LLC, which Chris co-founded with Bill Wilson in 1996. Before that, he had his own development practice specializing in high value mixed-use and retail developments, and he began his real estate career in the New York office of Aston Development Corporation. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Georgetown University.