Potrero Power Station - October 2020 LAI Golden Gate Virtual Program

Golden Gate - San Francisco

Event details:

Start
12:00pm PDT on Tuesday, October 13, 2020
End
1:15pm PDT on Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Location
Zoom Webinar
MN
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Potrero Power Station - A generational project for San Francisco’s waterfront

It would not be uncommon for broker listings to rely on a bit of hyperbole in selling San Francisco real estate, but when the Potrero Power Station hit the market as a “once-in-a-generation” opportunity, it may have been an understatement. Don’t miss the behind-the-scenes story of this incredible development.

Encompassing 29-acres of waterfront property, without any Port lease restrictions thereto, the Potrero Power Station represents a historic opportunity for the City to open up a portion of its waterfront for the first time in 150 years, and its developer Associate Capital to build a modern, mixed-use neighborhood for the 21st century.

The project includes 2,400 units of housing, with 30% below market rate, approximately 7 acres of open space, 1.8M square feet of commercial uses, and a multitude of other features including childcare facilities, community facilities, and historic preservation efforts to name a few. 

Please join our virtual Zoom panel to hear an engaging conversation from the Project team. Enrique Landa is a Partner at Associate Capital and oversees the Potrero Power Station development. For members and up to 2 guests.

Enrique Landa is a partner at Associate Capital, and is responsible for complex entitlement and development projects, while supporting the firm's investment activities. He has a strong interest in adaptive reuse projects and was part of the team that restored and landmarked the Swedish American Hall. Prior to Associate Capital, Enrique was a partner in the Local Development Group and president of the Fritz Property Group. Enrique has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and an MPhil from the University of Cambridge. He actively supports La Cocina and is a board member of the Cow Hollow School.