From 8 Washington to the proposed Warriors arena, the battle over the future of San Francisco’s waterfront is heating up.
As Propositions B and C were defeated, it raises questions about future projects on San Francisco’s waterfront.
8 Washington, a proposed 134-unit condominium project along the city’s waterfront, will now have to go back to the drawing board.
Tuesday is Election Day around the Bay Area but in San Francisco political insiders say that only a small percentage of the electorate will turn out.
The war over the waterfront in San Francisco takes the form of Proposition B, which asks voters to sign off on a luxury condominium complex called 8 Washington. The plan has opponents furious and supporters exasperated.
Another political battle could heat up at San Francisco City Hall stemming from a new residential high rise proposal on the waterfront.
A disputed San Francisco waterfront condominium project will could now have two competing measures on the November ballot.
The official San Francisco voter guide for this fall’s election could be one of the thickest in city history because of one particularly controversial referendum.
Opponents to new condominiums near San Francisco’s Ferry Building said the development could threaten the city’s sewer system.
A coalition of neighborhood groups and environmentalists announced Thursday that they have gathered more than 31,000 signatures to get a referendum on the ballot to limit the height of a condo development along San Francisco’s waterfront.