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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, June 21, 2021

Navy weapons station full of WWII-era ammunition bunkers could be transformed into 13,000 new homes in the Bay Area | Business Insider

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An extreme housing shortage in San Francisco has led developers to look to WWII era bunkers as new housing options. Development company Lennar has been working to create 12,000 new homes in the Hunters Point Shipyard by converting the bunkers into homes. The company is now looking at a previous naval weapons station in Concord, where they could create a 13,000-home community. While the plans would call for many of the bunkers to be demolished, there is room for some to remain as storefronts.

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