Help America’s Cup Waterfront Park Legacy

If you remember lying on the beanbags on the ‘turf’ in the sun watching the 34th America’s Cup on the big screen you know the future home of the new Port of San Francisco waterfront park.  Now you can help memorialize that summer by contributing a ‘brick’ to the walkway.

Be a part of one of the signature legacies of hosting the San Francisco America’s Cup – the transformation of Piers 27-29 into the newest waterfront jewel – by buying a legacy brick in the new park at Pier 27.

In 2014 the City will build out the the James R. Herman Passenger Cruise Ship Terminal and turn the asphalt adjacent to the Embarcadero into a new 3-acre public park, opening in the fall.  As part of the new park we have created the opportunity to buy a brick that will line the new walkway in the lawn (see below).

We are selling a limited quantity for a limited time ($150 for 4×8 and $300 for 8×8) as we aim to sell out.  These bricks are like the ones at AT&T Park, except these are made of bluestone. Proceeds benefit the Port of San Francisco and purchases are tax-deductible.

When the park opens in the fall it will be fun to find your brick (or dedicate one to a loved one, community group, yacht club, neighborhood group, book club, lunch group, your pet….)!

Here’s the link for more information and to purchase a legacy brick:

www.sfportbricks.com

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