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
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