SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – San Francisco’s Mission Bay has been a hot bed of development for more than a decade, but with the Golden State Warriors moving into town, the area is about to hit the big leagues.

The team announced plans for a bay-adjacent arena last year, complete with retail and residential space. Now we’re getting a better look at how the related construction will revamp the area just to the south of AT&T Park.

As the San Francisco Business Times reports, the new space will “use two stories of retail and a large public plaza on the west side of the arena to become Mission Bay’s new hub. That complements the market hall and public park on the east side of the arena, which the designers unveiled late last year.”

Here are some renderings of the new design:

(Pfau Long Architecture and AE3 Partners/San Francisco Business Times)

(Pfau Long Architecture and AE3 Partners/San Francisco Business Times)

The green space in front of the planned Warriors Arena. (Pfau Long Architecture and AE3 Partners/San Francisco Business Times)

The green space in front of the planned Warriors Arena. (Pfau Long Architecture and AE3 Partners/San Francisco Business Times)

Overview of planned northwest end of Mission Bay looking toward downtown. (Pfau Long Architecture and AE3 Partners/San Francisco Business Times)

Overview of planned northwest end of Mission Bay looking toward downtown. (Pfau Long Architecture and AE3 Partners/San Francisco Business Times)

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