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A sign warns of toxic landfill near the San Francisco Shipyard housing project near Innes Avenue and Donahue Street in the Hunter's Point neighborhood of San Francisco Tuesday, Oct. 4. 2016. (Dan Chambers/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Cleanup investigation, escalating costs raise questions for Hunters Point Shipyard redevelopment

The numbers are no longer adding up for Lennar Urban's massive redevelopment…

 

Candlestick Park has been reduced to a large pile of rubble and a lone standing escalator, which will likely be the last thing demolished since demolition companied tend to leave one landmark intil the very end and then bring down the final piece as a ceremonial end to the structure being demolished. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

Candlestick Park tear-down nearly complete, next phase will bring big changes

Candlestick Park is nearly 90 percent demolished as crews make way for…

 

Candlestick Park (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

Candlestick, then and now

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Initial plans are for an elementary school, but the district is analyzing data to refresh its demographic projection to determine how many school age children would be moving into Hunters Point or Candlestick, Leigh said.

SFUSD looking at Hunters Point, Candlestick for new school

The San Francisco Unified School District is considering adding a new school…

Initial plans are for an elementary school, but the district is analyzing data to refresh its demographic projection to determine how many school age children would be moving into Hunters Point or Candlestick, Leigh said.
mike koozmin/s.f. examiner file photoPaul McCartney

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In honor of the Beatle’s momentous “Farewell to Candlestick” concert in The…

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