Cranes and construction crews have become a common feature of many a Mission corner these days. But for as many projects currently under construction, there are about half a dozen working their way through the...
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The construction of a seven-story condominium complex on the site of a former gas station has been delayed for more than a year, and it's not clear when it will restart.
Starting August 6, crews from a contractor for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission will start installing an eight-inch water pipe on Florida Street from 16th to 26th streets. Parking will be temporarily unavailable on...
“I just want to settle one thing right now,” says Jeff Critchfield, Chief of Staff. “Will this project include a helipad? There is no plan for a helipad." En Español
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“There is no prosperity for anyone," said Candelario Muñoz, a worker who lives in San Francisco and who has not worked in about a year. En Español
San Jose Avenue affected for three weekends.
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Eastern Neighborhoods residents don’t support option for developers. En Español
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Theater gets caught in an off-stage labor dispute between the carpenters' union and a private construction firm. En Español
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The $887 million hospital will be nine stories, earthquake safe and open in 2015
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