The massive development projects being proposed along San Francisco's Read More
The future of San Francisco’s dilapidated Pier 70 is coming into focus in advance of today’s Board of Supervisors committee vote on the financial terms of a planned $58.5 million rehab of historic buildings along the central, southern waterfront. Read More
The Warriors continue to drive to the basket at City Hall regarding a proposed new waterfront basketball arena in San Francisco. The NBA team’s plans were the topic du jour Monday, a day before the fiscal terms of the $1 billion facility are expected to be approved by the Board of Supervisors. Read More
While the Board of Supervisors appears poised to approve the initial financial terms of a proposed $1 billion waterfront arena for the Warriors, the debate over the project details is only just beginning.
With the expected approval, The City would be authorized to work out the financial terms and lease and sale agreement details, and initiate the state-required environmental review. If all went according to schedule, construction could begin in summer 2014. Read More
This being San Francisco, an ambitious bid by the Warriors to install an NBA arena on The City’s waterfront by 2017 will need solid community support to go smoothly. And the community, it seems, is bouncing on the rim. Read More
San Francisco supervisors expressed unanimous support Tuesday for negotiations between the Golden State Warriors and city officials for a waterfront arena already being touted as the “envy of the world.”
The Board of Supervisors voted to waive The City’s competitive bidding requirements for the development of Piers 30-32 and bless the negotiations between the basketball franchise and The City’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development, which will act as the lead negotiator. Read More
Following several recent meetings between team leaders and city officials, the Warriors may be hoping to come back to San Francisco to play in a new waterfront arena. Read More
KaBoom will have a new home this year, moving from The Embarcadero to Candlestick Point.
The venue change was announced Monday by KFOG, the radio station that hosts the event that is in its 17th year. The switch comes after Port of San Francisco officials in October banned heavy vehicles from the concert’s traditional location at piers 30 and 32 following an incident in which the pier buckled under the weight of a cargo truck. Read More