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Outstanding in their fields: Doctor, other former 49ers stop playing but keep winning. (Work Life).(John Frank)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... Tight end John Frank snared Joe Montana passes in the endzone, helping the San Francisco 49ers capture two Super Bowl victories. But through the cheers of 70,000 fans most fall football Sundays, Frank heard only his heart. At age 27 -- when most players hit their stride, with their most...
Building plans rise over Half Moon Bay. (The News).(Wavecrest partners, Ocean Colony Partners)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... Asleep in the Pacific Ocean's mist, Half Moon Bay is stirring with its biggest development project in more than 20 years. Developer Wavecrest Partners seeks to build 225 market-rate homes, 54 affordable units, 165,000 square feet of office and retail space, plus a middle school. ...
Omni hotel to 'fly a kite in a hurricane'.(Omni San Francisco reopening in different economic environment)(Brief Article)(Statistical Data Included)
December 21, 2001... It promises to be-a chilly, winter for Omni San Francisco, scheduled to open Feb. 1 as the city's latest luxury hotel in a market already awash with empty, expensive rooms. The Omni is finishing up a $100 million renovation to painstakingly convert a 17-story office building into a...
Mission Bay delay for UCSF: But bigger plans are brewing.(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... The University of California, San Francisco is delaying plans to expand at Catellus' massive Mission Bay development. But the move could mean an even greater presence for the project's foremost tenant. The university's three-building first phase has been pushed back by up to a year...
Water crisis looms over business: $3.5B overhaul would double water bills but protect economy.(San Francisco Bay Area)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... A $3.5 billion plan to revamp the Bay Area's water system would roughly double the water bill of the average business within five years. The numbers are rough, as is the 10-year build plan which has yet to get the political go-ahead, but the issues underlying the campaign to retrofit...