The project’s development agreement must still be approved by the San Francisco board of supervisors and signed by the mayor, a process which could be complete as early as October of this year.
As co-developers, Boston Global Investors, Eagle Development Partners of Stoneham, MA, EDGE and The Cogsville Group of New York City form the general partnership of the project, each contributing what the partnership terms as “significant capital.”
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