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August 13, 2014

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Commercial Real Estate

Yes, I spoke with the land owner today that leases it to Sunrise, and he said that "they've never missed a payment".

J. Mir

I'll believe it when I see it. That means: the "Borg Covering" comes off and people are observed working inside it full-time. The project next door (which has a full-size crew working daily) will be complete and occupied a year or more before the Sunrise is un-Borged.

Strictly Commercial

OMG! I am watching the presentation of The Trousdale senior housing project at Trousdale and Magnolia and it is atrocious. This is Soviet housing just like in Millbrae. This woman is saying it fits the Burlingame aesthetic?????? Maybe she should drive further south than Trousdale from her SF office. This is the Millbrae aesthetic. Very very ugly.

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