I took the SF light rail for the first time last week. I am morphing into a city slicker one molecule at a time. So I was researching the light rail schedule and ran across the central subway project. It’s going to extend the T-line, currently running along Dogpatch and Bayview, to SOMA and Chinatown.
It’s scheduled to be completed in 2018. That got me thinking. Will it push up the real estate price of Hunters Point and Bayview along the 3rd St corridor? It’d be very convenient for the tech crowd to go to work in SOMA or downtown. Likewise for Chinatown.