Founded in 1854, Mare Island Naval Shipyard was the first United States Naval base on the Pacific Coast. During World War II, it was one of the busiest shipyards in the world, with 41,000 workers – including 9,000 women – and more than 1,000 Quonset huts to help house them.
Through a public-private partnership since its decommissioning in 1996, the former U.S. Navy shipyard is transforming into a dynamic mixed-use destination with thriving craft beverage producers, a vibrant artisan community, new residential communities, industrial and technology companies – and enviable development potential. Mare Island currently has about 110 businesses with 2,500 full time employees, leasing 3.6 million square feet of space – much of it in unique, historic buildings.
With sweeping waterfront views, landmark architecture, and a sparkling new ferry terminal, historic Mare Island is poised to be the Bay Area’s next “it” location for work and play.
Propose, develop and operate a real estate development project, company offices/headquarters, manufacturing center, research and development, light industrial, anchor tenant(s) or other employment center on all or part of 157 acres on North Mare Island in the San Francisco Bay pursuant to a development agreement, long-term lease and/or disposition agreement with the City of Vallejo.Submissions Accepted Until
Friday, March 30, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. (PDT)
Created on December 19th, 2017 (last updated 4 months ago)