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acknowledgements

This pocket guide, an urban design proposal to positively impact the city of San Francisco and the bay area, is a product of the seventh Piero N. Patri Fellowship in Urban Design. The Piero N. Patri Fellowship is made possible by the generous support of the Patri family, SPUR, AECOM for hosting the fellow, and the fellowship committee who have donated their time, input and support throughout this process. The SPUR/Piero N. Patri Fellowship Committee Tito Patri, Landscape Architect Johanna Patri, Land Use Planner Noah Christman, SPUR Tomiquia Moss, SPUR Alma Du Solier, AECOM design + planning Scott Preston, AECOM design + planning Hogan Edelberg, AECOM design + planning David Beaupre, Port of San Francisco Marcel Wilson, Bionic Landscape Sarah Moos, Bionic Landscape Special thanks to: AECOM landscape studio Stacy Bradley, SF Rec and Parks Natural Areas Lisa Wayne, SF Rec and Parks Natural Areas

Special thanks cont’d: SPUR policy group Fran Martin, Visitacion Valley Greenway Thor Kaslofsky, Office of Community Investment & Infrastructure Wells Lawson, Office of Community Investment & Infrastructure San Francisco Planning Green Connections John Dennis, Department of Public Works Nathan Lozier, RHAA Therese Brekke, Lennar Urban John King, Chronicle Urban Design Critic And my parents, sisters and fiancÊ for their steadfast encouragement and support.

Connections at Bayview Hill  

This pocket guide showcases a proposal to transform San Francisco's Bayview Hill from an isolated Urban Island to a Key Link in a Regional N...

Connections at Bayview Hill  

This pocket guide showcases a proposal to transform San Francisco's Bayview Hill from an isolated Urban Island to a Key Link in a Regional N...

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