Usually, when SFist hears that a former industrial brownfield is being cleaned up and rehabilitated, we think of that as good news. But apparently not everyone does.
SIMEON real estate developers and Cherokee Investment Partners, a brownfield redevelopment group, have teamed up with the hopes of turning Campus Bay, formerly known as one of the ten most polluted sites in the Bay Area, into a 1,330 unit residential community. And how are they going to insure that the contamination in the soil never reaches the residents of the community? Fans.