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Old Posted Dec 20, 2018, 4:57 PM
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late post but here's the testing of the exterior lighting last month:

IMG_4278 by gholgado87, on Flickr

(snapshot taken from the clark construction cam)
Really amazing, and that was five weeks ago. This will be a special place once the park, T-line, and ferry terminal are complete and games are going in full swing.
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Beautiful

The “scallop” proposal on the pier was great but this is turning out pleasantly surprising (glad they got rid of the original toilet design)
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Old Posted Dec 29, 2018, 1:30 AM
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Liking the lighting!

New video update from the Warriors as well.
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Old Posted Feb 5, 2019, 7:40 PM
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Another big milestone. The court is being installed!

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Wow! Nice find (unless you took this) and thanks for sharing!
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Old Posted Feb 6, 2019, 12:18 AM
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Old Posted Feb 11, 2019, 3:08 PM
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Warriors trying to squeeze in a hotel/condo building on the NE corner of the site. 142 rooms topped by 25 condos.

https://www.sfchronicle.com/business...o-13604432.php
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Old Posted Feb 12, 2019, 9:00 AM
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I like the interior look of the building from renderings but I think the exterior looks ugly. The only good thing for the exterior is there will be a big space for people to enjoy before and after games with a big screen outside.
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Old Posted Feb 12, 2019, 4:44 PM
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Warriors trying to squeeze in a hotel/condo building on the NE corner of the site. 142 rooms topped by 25 condos.

https://www.sfchronicle.com/business...o-13604432.php
That’s what the Kings did. A new luxe hotel and condo tower downtown on the arena site with lots of adult playground activities. It’s very popular
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Old Posted Feb 12, 2019, 6:14 PM
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I like the interior look of the building from renderings but I think the exterior looks ugly. The only good thing for the exterior is there will be a big space for people to enjoy before and after games with a big screen outside.
Not only the screen and big space, but also more restaurants for people to enjoy. Even new office space + will create a more foot traffic in the area that's usually, in my opinion, empty.

I honestly think the exterior looks fine. Not as good as Golden 1 Center in my opinion though

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That’s what the Kings did. A new luxe hotel and condo tower downtown on the arena site with lots of adult playground activities. It’s very popular

I wish the Sawyer Hotel was taller though. The location of their pool is top notch
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I like the interior look of the building from renderings but I think the exterior looks ugly. The only good thing for the exterior is there will be a big space for people to enjoy before and after games with a big screen outside.
Most games will be after dark and the external appearance will apparently depend a lot on lighting. I assume those little slit windows will be lit as well as what's shown with blue and green lighting above.

As always, I'd wait until it's finished to make judgements.
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the Mayor is working to make sure all relevant parts of the City are engaged in making the opening, and continued access, as smooth as possible

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While Golden State Warriors fans fixate on this year’s playoff run, San Francisco Mayor London Breed is looking ahead to next season — the first the NBA team will play in the brand-new Chase Center arena in Mission Bay.

Last week marked the first meeting of a council of more than a dozen city departments that Breed quietly convened to make sure that city infrastructure and operations are ready for the arena’s scheduled September opening, a date that is making some people who live and work in Mission Bay nervous.

The group will meet every other week to provide updates, sort out priorities and set deadlines. The goal is to avoid the balkanization and miscommunication among departments that can complicate projects and cause delays.

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The council comprises representatives from Public Works, the Fire Department, the Department of Building Inspection, the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure, the city’s Public Utilities Commission and others. The departments have to collaborate to issue permits, complete inspections and finish many other tasks to get Mission Bay ready for the arena’s opening.

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But Breed made clear that a top council priority will be ensuring that the Municipal Transportation Agency, one of the council members, is ready to handle the crush of traffic and transit riders that Chase Center is expected to draw.

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SFMTA has two major projects under way aimed at easing congestion. ...

On Third Street, the agency is building a wider boarding platform for the Muni T-Line between South and 16th streets. The platform is meant to hold 700 people and will enable four two-car trains to load at the same time on each side. As needed, the platform will also allow trains to depart inbound from both sides to connect transit riders to BART, Caltrain and, eventually, the Central Subway.

The SFMTA is also adding red, transit-only lanes on 16th Street to provide east-west connections to downtown and BART. The lanes will run from Third Street to Fillmore Street moving away from the arena and from Bryant to Third toward the stadium.

The 22 Fillmore bus line will continue on 16th to the arena, rather than turning right on Kansas Street as it does now.

On top of that, the Warriors have paid the city to hire 23 parking-control officers who will manage traffic during events.

“We’re making investments to make sure that Muni and BART and mass transit is the best way for people to get” to Chase Center, Maguire said. “The best way to manage congestion is to give people a really good alternative.”
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Old Posted Mar 6, 2019, 6:27 PM
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Lengthy PR-style article in the Washington Post today about Chase Center:

Inside Chase Center, the Warriors’ billion-dollar, privately financed San Francisco arena
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The back of the arena is nearly finished. This thing has been moving really fast, it will definitely be ready for its first event in 4 months. Metallica on September 6th. https://www.chasecenter.com/events

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^^ Isn't that where that mid-rise hotel is located?
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Does anyone know what they will do with Oracle once this is finished?
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Does anyone know what they will do with Oracle once this is finished?
There are plans to turn the Oracle property into a giant park.
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There are plans to turn the Oracle property into a giant park.
"Oracle Arena would remain intact."

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^^ Isn't that where that mid-rise hotel is located?
It's where they hope to build it but that has not yet been approved by the Planning Commission or gone through any of the hoops yet so it'll be a while. Meanwhile, they'll complete the original design I'm sure.
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Looks like the final crane came down this week. This project is taking shape and looking good! Can't wait for the grand opening. It's so long overdue for The City to have this type of infrastructure for the public to gather in and enjoy.
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