San Francisco’s Candlestick Park to be replaced by an outlet mall and housing

Architecture, News, Urbanism, West
Thursday, November 20, 2014
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Rendering of new retail complex at Candlestick Point. (Lennar)

Rendering of new retail complex at Candlestick Point. (Lennar)

San Francisco’s city center isn’t the only place undergoing unprecedented changes. While the 49ers play out their season in the much warmer (and tech-nerd-friendly) new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, their former home, Candlestick Park, is about to be replaced by an outlet center and residential community.

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Observers sound off on San Francisco’s 49ers Stadium, the house that tech built

Architecture, West
Thursday, August 21, 2014
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Inside Levi's Stadium (Levi's Stadium)

Inside Levi’s Stadium. (Courtesy Levi’s Stadium)

San Jose Mercury News columnist (and frequent AN contributor) Alan Hess took on HNTB’s Levi’s Stadium, the new $1.3 billion home of the San Francisco 49ers. Hess compares the “starkly utilitarian,” 68,500 seat stadium to Silicon Valley’s high tech environments, and even to its high-end gadgets. The building “translates the high-def experience of a game we see on TV—the roaring crowd, the superhuman action of the players, the intense color of the grass under the TV-studio lighting, the camaraderie of loyal 49ers fans celebrating (or commiserating) en masse—into an enormous three-dimensional architectural spectacle,” Hess wrote.

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