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February 08, 2021


Joanne Bennett



By the way, what is the story with the 225 Highland office building that is a stone's throw from this project.

It seems like it was sitting completed but empty for at least a year prior, during a growing economy, even prior to the beginning of the great reset.


Perhaps we are talking about the same building that I call 220 California? You could be correct that it's 225 Highland---not sure. I believe it's leased to Stanford Medical, but they have not occupied it or sublet it. Go figure.


Both of the buildings, the current unused one and the new one, will make nice injection centers for the Covid-24 immunity implants.
And the town square can be an excellent open air insane asylum when San Francisco gets smart and starts providing affordable Caltrain tickets for their residents. I didn't notice any porta potties in the blissful rendering linked above ("DJ reports"). Am I missing something?

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