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222 Taylor: Affordable Family Housing Takes Root in San Francisco’s Tenderloin

By Daniel Simons and Amanda Loper, Urban Land Institute, June 18, 2020: The affordable housing crisis in San...

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Chou Hall certified as country’s greenest academic building

By Kim Gerard,. Berkeley Haas Newsroom, January 11, 2019: Chou Hall is officially the country’s greenest academic building,...

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The Final Hill – Mixed-income housing alone can’t change public housing residents’ lives. So Gary Strang is putting the landscape to work.

By Zach Mortice, Landscape Architecture Magazine, October 25, 2017: The first thing you notice is all the cars....

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Vision for a new neighborhood at SF’s Pier 70 gets a Key Approval

By J.K. Deneen, The San Francisco Chronicle, August 24, 2017: Pier 70, a long-closed shipbuilding facility that most...

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San Francisco Selects AvalonBay and BRIDGE Housing Development Proposal for Balboa Reservoir Project

By Vladamir Bosanac, The Registry, August 23, 2017: The City of San Francisco’s planning department announced yesterday the...

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WET BARS – San Francisco’s Exploratorium Discovers Its Outdoor Spaces

By Lydia Lee, Landscape Architecture Magazine, April, 2017: One of the most popular exhibits at San Francisco’s Exploratorium is...

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Mission District’s Nonprofit Developers Build Housing Hope

By J.K. Dineen, San Francisco Chronicle, April 3,2017: Affordable housing development is about to go from zero to...

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Hunters View Revamp Helps Bring Hope to S.F. Public Housing

By Meira Gebel, San Francisco Business Times, March 23, 2017: One of the most ambitious efforts in the...

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These Locally Grown Design Ideas Were Created by the People for the People

By Alex Palmer, smithsonian.com, December 29, 2016: A Cooper Hewitt exhibition spotlights the innovative and sustainable designs generated...

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Cantilevers, Base Isolation Add Complexity to Stanford Hospital

By JT Long, Engineering News Record, November 18, 2016. The $5-billion renewal of the Stanford University Medical Center...

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