Developer and city officials lay out timeline for picking a contractor and tearing down the ‘Stick.
In the shadow of the glistening new Bay Bridge, the original eastern span is coming down piece by piece.
Owners withdraw appeal challenging suspension of demolition permit that would have paved way for offices.
As we wait for the eastern span to come down, we ponder notable demolitions of recent and distant past.
Santa Clara had no further use for its Walsh Avenue water tank. So it demolished it. We’ve got the video.
OK, we’re a couple of days late on this, but what, you thought we weren’t going to post it? Dudes, it’s an implosion. Cal State East Bay’s Warren Hall was the most seismically vulnerable building in the California State University system. On Saturday, hundreds of spectators gathered to watch it get blown up real good […]