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Golden State Warriors choose architect to design new sports complex in San Francisco

Original post made on Aug 27, 2012

The Golden State Warriors on Sunday announced the architecture team chosen to design a new sports and entertainment complex in San Francisco for the team.

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Posted by D W
a resident of Dublin
on Aug 27, 2012 at 7:54 pm

Peter Guber can give all the money he wants to the developers of a future arena. Money-wise, this is a sound investment.

But environmentally, it is an absolute disaster! Stay in Oakland, and you will not only remove environmental concerns, but you, Mr. Guber, are capable of balancing lavish architecture with a major rehabbing of Oakland's image. The Eastbay Anchor city is trying to keep up with all of its suburbs, including Pleasanton & Dublin among others, in every way, shape, or form from health & education resources to security to technology to community efficiency. Love SF all you want, Peter, but any architectural idea you have for the San Francisco waterfront will only ruin the Bay Area's eco-system.