Partnering With Potrero Neighborhood Collective

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On November 21, 2022, the SFMTA Board of Directors approved awarding the Potrero Yard Modernization Project predevelopment agreement (PDA) to Potrero Neighborhood Collective, LLC (PNC) as the Lead Developer. The PNC team is led by its sole equity member, Plenary Americas US Holdings Inc., an investor and developer of public infrastructure with a long track record of delivering complex infrastructure projects across North America. PNC also includes San Francisco affordable housing developers: Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA), Young Community Developers (YCD), and Tabernacle Community Development Corporation (TCDC). Rounding out the team is Design Consultant Arcadis IBI Group and its design subconsultant Y.A. Studio; providing preconstruction services from the general contracting and construction management perspective are Plant Construction Company, L.P. and The Allen Group; infrastructure facility management consultant WT Partnership; and communications consultant D&A Communications.

Potrero Neighborhood Collective (PNC)

Lead Developer(s)

  • Potrero Neighborhood Collective, LLC

Equity Member

  • Plenary Americas US Holdings Inc.

Affordable Housing Developer(s)

  • Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA)
  • Young Community Developers (YCD)
  • Tabernacle Community Development Corporation (TCDC) 

Workforce Housing Developer

  • Plenary Americas US Holdings Inc.

Design Consultant(s)

  • IBI Group
  • Y.A. studio

Construction Management Consultant(s)

  • Plant Construction Company
  • The Allen Group

Infrastructure Facility Management Consultant

  • WT Partnership
Communications Consultant
  • D&A Communications

PNC team logos

PNC uniquely combines global leadership in infrastructure development with local expertise – all with a commitment to innovation, efficiency, and community inclusion. PNC Values: 

  • Partnership – as stewards of a public asset, PNC prioritizes collaboration with the City in designing and entitling Potrero Yard 
  • Innovation – managing solutions to challenging circumstances to meet City transit and housing needs 
  • Economic Inclusion – maximizing participation of SF residents through Local Business Enterprises (LBEs), Local Hire, and workforce development (job training) opportunities 
  • Racial Equity – program and design decision making that intentionally incorporates anti-racist principles and practices to ensure equity for residents, contractors, and skilled and unskilled labor 
  • Community Voices – meeting community where they are to fully integrate diversity of thought that reflects community