Video Shows Apparent Close Call During Vallco Mall Demolition In CupertinoDramatic video of a mall wall collapsing during a demolition job in Cupertino appears to show falling debris just missing construction workers and passing cars.
Vallco Redevelopment Battle In Cupertino Highlights Barriers To Building Homes In The Bay AreaThe Bay Area earned a new title this year: the region is officially the most expensive place to build in the world.
Neighborhood Backlash Shuts Down Ohlone College Housing ProjectA bay area developer has pulled out of a controversial housing project at Ohlone College in Fremont, leaving the school wondering what it will, or can do with its property.
Concord Lawmakers To Decide Fate Of Proposed 18,000-Seat Soccer StadiumThe Concord City Council is set to decide Tuesday night whether to continue evaluating a proposal calling for an 18,000-seat soccer stadium, a convention center, and hotel.
Expansion Of High-End Palo Alto Sushi Spot Faces RoadblockA big name developer wants to expand popular sushi restaurant Nobu in Palo Alto, but one woman is trying to block the plan.
US Judge Scraps Oakland Ban On Coal ShipmentsA federal judge in California on Tuesday struck down the city of Oakland's ban on coal shipments through its port, siding with a developer who wants to use a proposed marine terminal to transport coal from Utah to Asia.
Oakland Fights Developer's Lawsuit To Allow Coal At New Shipping TerminalThe City of Oakland was in court Tuesday, engaged in a battle to uphold a ban on coal within its borders.
Corte Madera Questions Whether To Pave Paradise, Put Up A MarriottThere's a fight brewing in Marin County where a developer wants to pave over a pond and build a hotel.
San Francisco Sues Millennium Tower Developers, Claiming Buyers Were DupedSan Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera Thursday filed suit against the developer of the Millennium Tower, alleging that the company knew that the luxury high-rise was sinking more than expected before it began selling units but failed to disclose the information to buyers.
Millennium Tower Developers Rethink Plans For Separate 45-Story Condo Project's Anchor-Less DesignThe development company that’s in the middle of a controversy over its sinking high rise in San Francisco is re-drawing its foundation plan for another tower it’s currently building.
Apple's Secretive Car Project Reportedly Gets Top Engineer From Other Signature ProductsApple has reportedly put a new executive in charge of its automotive project who had a hand in the development of a number of signature Apple products, from the iMac to the MacBook Air to the iPad.
SF's Palace Of Fine Arts Turned Into A Gym Or Hotel? Neighbors Concerned Over Cultural Center's FutureIts giant columns have delighted San Franciscans for 100 years, but now some worry about the Palace of Fine Arts' future.
Alameda County Supes Working With Oakland, Development Firm To Keep A's, Raiders, Warriors In TownAlameda County supervisors hope new negotiations between the county, the city of Oakland and a development firm yield a plan to keep all three Oakland sports teams at the existing Oakland Coliseum site without spending taxpayer money on stadium construction, the supervisors said at their meeting Tuesday.
SF Ferry Building Developers Sign On To Bring Waterfront Public Market To Jack London SquareThe hope is that Water Street Market will rival the Ferry Building and Oxbow Market in Napa, but with an East Bay feel.
San Francisco Flower Mart Vendors Will Ask Voters To Stop Developers From Turning Site Into Tech CampusSan Francisco flower vendors along with the help of a former mayor, announced a plan on Wednesday to ask voters to save the City's historic Flower Mart from a real estate developer that wants to turn the SoMa site into a technology campus.