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Forest City Modifies Plans for Project at 5th & Mission

Forest City Modifies Plans for Project at 5th & Mission
Affordable Housing, Open Space Big Winners in Updated 5M Forest City Development recently modified its plans for the mixed-use project at Fifth and Mission streets, known as 5M. The developer ... MORE

Flower Mart Agreement Blossoms

Flower Mart Agreement Blossoms
Deal Between Developer, Opponents Avoids Ballot Initiative The redevelopment of the San Francisco Flower Mart at Sixth and Brannan streets will move forward now that the owner of the market ... MORE

Mixed-Use Project Announced for Visitacion Valley

Mixed-Use Project Announced for Visitacion Valley
Martin Building acquires 1.2 acre lot adjacent to the former Schlage Lock factory site Martin Building Company has announced plans to develop housing on a site adjacent to Universal Paragon’s ... MORE



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"I was working on a job and our company was one of the subcontractors. Another sub’s employee dropped a box of rebar on my shoulder. I reported it to my company and saw their doctors. I’m being paid workers’ compensation but I know it won’t be enough to cover surgery and time off. I was told that workers’ comp is the only benefit I’m entitled to. Is that right?"

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