New Warriors Arena to be Slightly Lower, Assuming It Gets Built in the First Place – Artist’s Conception

So, unlike the disastrous America’s Cup and 8 Washington campaigns, the Golden State Warriors project is based around stuff that San Franciscans can actually benefit from.

So that’s a good sign.

Remember, the more you complain now, the better this deal gets for San Francisco. You the public are the bad cop and genial SFGov figurehead Ed Lee is the good cop. And of course the good cop won’t be able to get the best deal possible for San Francisco without the bad cop.

If Ed Lee doesn’t like this game, then he can just retire, right? Or go back to his old job the way he promised to in the first place, right?

It’s too bad that Oakland will lose its team.

Oh well.

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 Responses to “New Warriors Arena to be Slightly Lower, Assuming It Gets Built in the First Place – Artist’s Conception”

  1. Wonkster says:

    It would look much better a couple miles to the south…

  2. TinyTim says:

    Not in favor of Warriors in SF. It’s a form of urban bullying for a much more affluent city to snatch a team from another city that could really use the revenue (i.e.. Oakland). Let’s spread the wealth around, and stop being so selfish! BART goes right to the Coliseum/Arena. MUNI has not been able to deal with Giants’ games’ traffic/transit effectively (how long have you had to wait in the neighborhoods for the N Judah on game days?)Luxury suites, less seating overall, greater population of affluents = higher seat prices–just like AT&T Park. Great for owners, lousy for average income fans. Stay in Oakland!