Cost of Preparing S.F.'s Treasure Island Estimated at $1.2B

Cohen, Jackie
November 2006
Bond Buyer;11/27/2006, Vol. 358 Issue 32515, p44
Trade Publication
The article that the Treasure Island Development Authority estimates it will cost $1.2 billion in San Francisco, California. The estimates is to prepare land and infrastructure necessary to support redevelopment of the 365-acre island. The cost estimates include expected future inflation of construction prices. The authority is negotiating with the U.S. Navy over responsibility for cleaning up petroleum and other environmental contamination.


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