SPUR Walking Tour: The City and the Urban Center

"Don’t miss this behind-the-scenes tour of SPUR with exhibition curator Benjamin Grant and Urban Center architect Peter Pfau. From the City Builders, to the Regionalists to the current movement of Eco-Urbanists, you’ll learn about the urban planning movements that have shaped San Francisco’s physical and social landscapes—and get an exclusive peek at the architectural and green building features of the new 14,500 square foot SPUR Urban Center in the heart of the city’s bustling Yerba Buena Cultural District."

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