With opponents ready to submit the necessary number of signatures for a ballot measure which would require the Golden State Warriors to win voter approval for their proposed development on Pier 30-32 and across the street, the Warriors have officially conceded their plans for having an arena on San Francisco’s waterfront in time for the 2017 season.
In fact, based on the critical path for the arena project and the current state of affairs, an arena opening in time for the 2018-2019 NBA season is a stretch at this point, and that’s assuming the plans and permits are even approved.
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