A double whammy in the press last week for the beleagured Mills Corporation the visionary retail developer. The Port of San Francisco rebuked them for taking a full-page ad in the New York Times denouncing the foot-draggers on the Board of Supervisors. Then New York Times reports serious management woes at Mills, including uncollected rents.
So far, Mills has spent 30 (count 'em!) million dollars trying to develop the San Francisco project. Which may be why they're a little cranky about the Supes.
Worst case scenario: we wind up with a park instead.
· [Piers 27-31]
· [The New York Times]