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ASSOCIATED PRESS Residents of San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood near Pier 70 are passionate about the 150-year-old industrial buildings, canneries, drydocks and maritime lore. The city, which sees economic potential in a commercial revival, promises that most of the historic buildings will not be razed and that new structures will integrate nicely. Still, residents are concerned that "frou-frou upscale stuff" will change their lifestyles. (Associated Press)

ASSOCIATED PRESS Residents of San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood near Pier 70 are passionate about the 150-year-old industrial buildings, canneries, drydocks and maritime lore. The city, which sees economic potential in a commercial revival, promises that most of the historic buildings will not be razed and that new structures will integrate nicely. Still, residents are concerned that "frou-frou upscale stuff" will change their lifestyles. (Associated Press)

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