University of California at San Francisco supports the construction of an 18,000-seat multi-use arena for the Golden State Warriors as long as there is secure access to its newly built medical center across from the proposed arena in the city’s Mission Bay neighborhood, UCSF officials said Monday.
On the same day the Golden State Warriors were lighting up Oakland with an NBA Championship parade, lawmakers in Sacramento were finalizing the state’s budget, including an environmental law exemption for the planned Warriors stadium at San Francisco’s Mission Bay.
Fans who hope to see the Warriors franchise return to “The City” in the future have been taking out full page ads in the San Francisco Chronicle to let the NBA team know there is plenty of support for an arena in San Francisco.
The UC Board of Regents meets in San Francisco on Thursday and with that comes the expectation of protests. However, this time around the protesters are pro-Warriors arena at Mission Bay.
Former San Francisco 49ers President Carmen Policy has been tapped by the Oakland Raiders and the San Diego Chargers to help promote the construction of a $1.7 billion stadium in the city of Carson.
This limits the number of days courts would have to rule on any lawsuit contesting the arena’s environmental impact report.
The San Francisco Giants have modified plans for a mixed-use development near AT&T park to include shorter buildings and more affordable housing.
Announce that you’ve got a plan to build and they will come to do their best to make sure you never hammer a single nail.
A group called Mission Bay Alliance has concerns about what the planned arena would do for healthcare services, with traffic congestion expected in the area.
Warriors President and COO Rick Welts said the only sticking point right now is funding for the project.