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Monday, February 28, 2011

California College of Arts buys 2.5 acres in Mission Bay

From SF Business Times,
California College of the Arts has bought the 2.5-acre former Greyhound maintenance yard on the Western edge of Mission Bay, a $8.4 million acquisition that will allow the arts school to grow its San Francisco campus.

The 102,000 square foot expanse of weed-choked pavement is bordered by 7th, Hooper, and Irwin Streets, and sits directly across the Caltrain tracks from a new Mission Bay park that includes a dog run and courts for tennis, volleyball, and basketball. It also sits next to CCA’s main San Francisco building at 1111 Eighth St.

Read more at San Francisco Business Times
(h/t T.W. Yip, Potrero Neighbors Yahoo Group)

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