San Francisco waterfront
Building a basketball arena on the San Francisco waterfront could cost $1 billion, an estimate Golden State Warriors President Rick Welts said is likely to grow as the team analyzes the site at Piers 30-32.
A disputed San Francisco waterfront condominium project will could now have two competing measures on the November ballot.
Crews began work Wednesday morning in San Francisco on what could be a spectacular Fourth of July fireworks show or a bunch of “pink fog,” depending on the city’s famously temperamental summer weather, organizers said.
The San Francisco Department of Public Works threw open its doors Thursday to let school kids get their hands on big machinery, and just maybe consider a future in the building trades.
Now that the Golden State Warriors are headed to the NBA playoffs, the mayoral tug-of-war has begun.
A state-of-the-art facility at Pier 27 with a berth long enough to accommodate the largest cruise ships now afloat will first serve as the America’s Cup headquarters.
People living in one San Francisco neighborhood were surprised when they recently learned that a new concert venue is going up near their homes as part of the America’s Cup festivities.
America’s Cup organizers released the names of the teams that will participate in the 2013 race on San Francisco Bay. It turns out to be a much smaller group than expected.
With eyes wide open as to the cost and length of the process, the head of the Golden State Warriors confirmed to KCBS Radio that the team is fully committed to building a new home on San Francisco’s waterfront.
The lengthy review and approval process to let the Golden State Warriors build a new arena on San Francisco’s waterfront has been put on the fast track, officials said Friday.