Center for Creative Land Recycling, a nonprofit based out of San Francisco that's focused on "creating sustainable communities and encouraging environmentally conscious and socially responsible development" via land recycling, recently produced this video to help spread the word about the Hunter’s Point redevelopment project. Ever since the shipyard closed in 1974, the land and neighborhood has more or less economically died. CCLR's video shows some members of the neighborhood "sharing their vision of new hope and opportunity that the Hunter's Point mixed-use redevelopment will bring."

[Video: CCLRtv/YouTube]