Rincon Hill is located in the northeast section of San Francisco, close to the Bay Bridge. Historically the neighborhood has contained many vacant lots and underutilized parcels, which have been rezoned for housing. Additionally, new parcels were opened up for development after the Embarcadero Freeway was demolished in 1991. Rincon Hill is a close walk to many transit lines including the Muni Metro system and BART at Embarcadero station, which make Rincon Hill a strategic area to construct new housing in San Francisco.
Key enhancements to be implemented in Rincon Hill include streetscape projects on First, Harrison, and Fremont Streets, and a new park at Guy Place. The Rincon Hill spending plan is shown below.
Return to Impact Fee Areas
|Spending Plan||Prior Years||FY 2022||FY 2023||FY 2024||FY 2025||FY 2026||FY 2027 - 2031||Plan Total|
|(Dollars in Thousands)|
|General Fund - Other||-||-||-||750||1,000||-||-||1,750|