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Thursday, September 25, 2014

SF’s last piece of original waterfront envisioned as anchor of new Crissy Field

From the SF Examiner,
Photo: Erica Marquez
A stretch of mud facing San Francisco Bay in Hunters Point might as well be Siberia for most residents, but it is waterfront property in The City. 
That makes the trash-strewn collection of old, crumbling buildings and giant wild fennel valuable. 
And what makes this line of coast so special -- and worth the nearly $3 million The City recently paid for it -- is both what it was and what it could be: The last privately owned stretch of Bayfront property in San Francisco, envisioned as the anchor of a future network of parks that will be the Crissy Field of the south.
Read more at the SF Examiner 

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