Port City: The history and transformation of SF’s waterfront

From SPUR:

Representatives from San Francisco Architectural Heritage will present the group’s new book, Port City. The book’s author, Michael Corbett, will discuss the rich history of the port and its role in shaping San Francisco. Heritage Executive Director Mike Buhler will detail the transformation of the waterfront and the current context of its redevelopment, including what lies ahead with the coming America’s Cup event. Q&A and a book signing will follow. Books will be available for purchase at the event.

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