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July 22, 2011

The Exploratorium @ Pier 15

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Noted physicist Dr. Frank Oppenheimer opened the doors of the Palace of Fine Arts (PFA) on the Marina in San Francisco more than 40 years ago.  With his colleagues, supporters and fans, he created the Exploratorium in the PFA, a new kind of public space, one that enhanced learning by engaging visitors in interacting with […]

July 18, 2011

South San Francisco Ferry Terminal

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The new South San Francisco Ferry Terminal is part of “A Strategy to Improve Public Transit with an Environmentally Friendly Ferry System”.  WETA is a focused regional agency dedicated to safe, cost effective and environmentally responsible water transit.  The new Oyster Point terminal project will be a resource to cities and private businesses providing a […]

August 2, 2007

Edgewater Apartments

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Located on 5th and Berry Street in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood, Edgewater Apartments became part of a major transformation for the city that turned Berry Street into a neighborhood seemingly overnight. The 6-story housing development has a 2-level concrete podium with 194 parking spaces and three to four stories of Type III, fire-treated, wood-frame […]

April 1, 2005

Boudin Bakery

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Located in the heart of Fisherman’s Wharf, the Boudin flagship bakery and restaurant is an invaluable contribution to the continued vitality of the area. In May 1975, Boudin Owner and master baker Steve Giraudo Sr. opened his first retail demonstration bakery at Fisherman’s Wharf. That day marked the first opportunity for visitors and locals alike […]

November 2, 2004

Cliff House

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In January 2003, the ground-breaking ceremony for the newly renovated Cliff House Restaurant marked the beginning of a new era for San Francisco’s famed legend. After 10 years of discussions, fund-raising and community involvement, the Cliff House renovation project entered its final stage – construction. The first two incarnations of the Cliff House were both […]

May 3, 2001

Pier One

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Pier One marked the first project to advance into reality under the approved Port of San Francisco’s Waterfront Redevelopment Plan in September of 1999. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, Pier One was built in 1932 to warehouse and ship C&H Sugar across the United States. Nibbi Brothers worked with the State Historic […]

May 3, 2000

The Wax Museum

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The historic 100-year-old San Francisco  building that housed the Wax Museum for 35 years was demolished in September 1998 to make way for a new $10 million, 100,000 square-foot showplace building.  The new Wax Museum on Fisherman’s Wharf has upgraded the retail and dining experience on Jefferson Street.  This project is an excellent example of […]