While Caltrain may have evaded service cuts for this year by patching together a piecemeal budget, the agency still faces considerable questions about its long-term funding outlook. Read More
Mayor Gavin Newsom on Monday announced the opening of the China Medical City representative office in San Francisco’s Mission Bay. China Medical City, based in the city of Taizhou, is one of only four national-level biotech developments in China. In 2009, ChinaSF signed a deal with the city of Taizhou to foster more business between China Medical City and Mission Bay. Read More
A $1.5 billion, 289-bed specialty hospital for the UC San Francisco Mission Bay campus was approved by the university system’s Board of Regents on Thursday.
Construction of the 878,000-square-foot center on 14.5 acres should start in December and be complete in 2014. The hospital will focus on care for children, women and cancer patients. Read More
Housing will be built for 150 low-income families in the booming Mission Bay neighborhood using loans made possible by skyrocketing property values.
Land that covers most of Mission Bay, which was a sleepy cove before it was covered with landfill, is being converted from dusty railroad property into a fast-growing biotechnology and housing hub. Read More
A San Francisco club that was the site of a fatal shooting this weekend will be closed for at least a week as an investigation into the killing continues, a police spokeswoman said today.
Lt. Lyn Tomioka said the owners of Jelly's agreed to a voluntary seven-day closure following a dispute between two patrons early Sunday that left one dead.
The restaurant and dance cafe is located on Pier 50 at 295 Terry A. Francois Boulevard, in the city's Mission Bay neighborhood. Read More
A 39-year-old man died Sunday after he was shot during a fight outside a dance cafe near Mission Bay — the latest incident in a string of nightclub violence.
The victim, who has not been identified, was at the dance club Jelly’s on Pier 50 about 1:40 a.m. when he got into an argument inside the club, police said. The fight then escalated and spilled outside, according to police. Read More
Mission Bay is known internationally as a biotechnology wonderland where pulsing pieces of human heart are being synthesized using genetic information gleaned from skin cells.
But the 303-acre redevelopment area, which until the late 1990s contained little more than neglected land owned by a railroad company, is known locally as a fast-growing economic engine.
The neighborhood is growing so quickly that construction workers are outpacing tax collectors. Read More
High-end condominiums built in The City during a recent development boom might finally sell out this year thanks to prices dropping below what they were two years ago. Read More
Businesses and residents in the South Beach and Mission Bay neighborhoods are launching a new campaign to combat crime.The group will meet Monday at 6 p.m. to discuss strategies to make the area safer. Specifically, the group wants to target the area bounded by Harrison, Fifth, Berry Streets and the Embarcadero. Read More
The expansion of a multibillion dollar hospital in Mission Bay will continue to transform the once desolate southlands of San Francisco into a hotbed of scientific innovation and patient care. Read More