FivePoint Names Master Architect For Phase 2 Of The Shipyard
FivePoint selected Adjaye Associates architect David Adjaye (above) as master architect and creative director to lead the second phase of development at The San Francisco Shipyard. David was the architect of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, which opened late September in Washington, DC.
The Shipyard will be David’s first project in California. David told Curbed he wants the project to create a more natural edge to the water and become a place for the city’s southern residents to gather.
Over the next five years, FivePoint will use Adjaye Associates' refreshed master plan, which builds upon IBI Architects' previous work, to create the next phase of the massive 760-acre development. The Shipyard along with Candlestick Point will offer 12,000 homes with a mix of affordable and market-rate housing, townhomes, condos and over 350 acres of parkland.
FivePoint previously named Cushman & Wakefield as leasing agents for 5M SF of Phase 2.