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Central Waterfront Concept Plan: Commercial Nodes


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Central WaterfrontNeighborhood retail services and more intense mixed-use development must be strategically located to provide the most visibility and accessibility to passersby and residents, and to encourage a synthesis of activity. Transit stops and major crossroads of travel are the logical focal points, and should be the anchors for new retail development. Stops along the Third Street Light Rail and Caltrain lines, especially where they intersect east-west streets leading to Potrero Hill, such as at 18th, 22nd, and 23rd Streets, should define new nodes of retail development.

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