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Environmental Protection Set to Become Bay Area Priority

Environmental Protection Set to Become Bay Area Priority

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The Bay Area seems to enjoy protecting the environment, and in more ways than one. News has surfaced regarding two very different aspects of the U.S. environmental policy. One involves placing a tech incubator in a [...]…

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2011 to Top Deal Charts, While Developers Foresee Gold in 2012 Treasure Island Housing Project

2011 to Top Deal Charts, While Developers Foresee Gold in 2012 Treasure Island Housing Project

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor San Francisco has had its fair share of great news this past week with a series of encouraging statistics as well as bold plans for future housing solutions in the Bay Area. The week shot off with [...]…

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San Francisco MOMA Extension Exhibit in Own Right

San Francisco MOMA Extension Exhibit in Own Right

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The biggest news San Francisco real estate had to offer this past week was undoubtedly the announced expansion of the city’s Museum of Modern Arts. The development is set to contrast the architecture of the original [...]…

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Bay Area Real Estate Currently “In Transit”

Bay Area Real Estate Currently “In Transit”

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor A series of major projects are underway in the Bay Area, bringing together private companies and city officials. Among them, the BART Transit Village project has stirred by far the most buzz. The project, which has [...]…

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Construction Tops Off San Francisco

Construction Tops Off San Francisco

By Alex Girda The city of San Francisco never was one for ordinary policies. This week, Stanford University agreed to pay $3.7 million to the city of Menlo Park to help the local government deal with the traffic generated by the [...]…

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