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"They will knock down existing buildings and replace it withsix-story structures," he explained to the San FranciscoExaminer. "We have room to grow here." Lappen said the cityworks to attract biotech to the area by building roads andimproving the sewer system, making it easier for businesses tobuild. South City currently is home to about 70 biotechcompanies.


Lappen told the paper that Chamberlin Associates plans toredevelop 22.6 acres of property off Oyster Point and Gatewayboulevards, known as the Gateway Project, through a 10-year masterplan to redevelop the site into a high-tech campus.


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