Alameda’s waterfront is being transformed. The rest of the Bay Area should take notes
This post was written by John King and originally published on 2/1/2022 on SFChronicle.com
The perspective on San Francisco from Alameda Point is unlike any other that you will find along the bay.
Not too far in the distance is the tall skyline, with Yerba Buena Island surprisingly large and the Bay Bridge unexpectedly grand. In the foreground, a wide cove is lined by still-active Naval reserve ships to the south and, to the west and north, low buildings dotting former mudflats filled to create military land before World War II.