The commission says San Francisco Assemblyman Kevin Shelley'slegislation, which has been signed by Davis, limits the amount ofallowable office space to a maximum of 300,000 sf. It also allowsfor 25,000 sf of additional office space that would be turned overto a trust and establish a space for retail.

"We are very grateful to Gov. Davis for signing into law thislegislation that allows our plans for San Francisco's new passengercruise terminal to stay on track,'' says Port Commission ExecutiveDirector Douglas Wong.

In order to expedite construction, the Delancey StreetFoundation, Pier 36's current tenant, will have to relocate to anew location. The port says it will assist the foundation in doingso.

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