Fantastic Visions for Defunct Bay Bridge Span

UC Berkeley urban design students have proposed new, far-fetched proposals for reusing the soon-to-be-obsolete span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge. With space at a premium in the Bay Area, would a hotel, park or neighborhood actually work?
January 13, 2010, 7am PST | Tim Halbur
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John King writes, "The marching order for students wasn't simply to recycle, but to renew the steel bones with cultural facilities, housing, parks and transit that would "highlight environmental concerns, historic preservation and social interaction."

Three schemes show the range of what-ifs."

The schemes include agricultural land, hotels, and a High Line-inspired park.

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Published on Tuesday, January 12, 2010 in The San Francisco Chronicle
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