Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 10
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 10

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 17, 1967
Page 10
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PAGE 10 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, MAY 17.J967; Ijjtockefeller Center For . Urged I] Would Cost $150 Million SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) B a n k e r David Rockefeller wits to add a bit of New York to'San Francisco's skyline. Rockefeller and a group of, associates have proposed construction of a $150 million complex of office buildings, hotel, shops, theaters, art galleries arid restaurants on five downtown blocks. The privately financed urban renewal project has been dubbed "Rockefeller Center West," although its sponsors prefer "Embarcadero Center." The complex would include the city's tallest building -50-floor office structure -- plus office buildings of 45 and 25 stories, the latter- two blocks long, and a 16-floor hotel. San Francisco is still trying to .decide if it wants the center. T h e City Redevelopment Agency and the Board of Supervisors must approve the plans before work can begin. They are in the midst of public hearings. the Chamber of Commerce and other civic groups enthusiastically endorsed the project. But "a group of architects, planners and landscape architects criticized it as a "permanent and irrevocable error." They said the entire concept of closely massed, tall buildings was "antithetical to the nature and form of the city surroundings." The center would be located a short distance. from San Francisco Bay near the foot of Market Street, the city's main thoroughfare. The 8.5 acre site, which once held the city's produce market, adjoins the Golden Gateway, a renewal project. Rockefeller, president of Chase Manhattan Bank, owns 50 per cent of- the center, with partners Portman, . Trammel Crow of Dallas and Cloyce of New York holding one-sixtl each. Gov. Winthrop Rockefel ler o£ Arkansas has been of fei-ed 10 per cent of the projec by his brother. The three proposed offic buildings would house about 15,000 workers. The hotel, looking something l i k e an Egyptian pyramid sliced in half, would have 800 rooms and an enclosed garden court 16 stories high. The complex would also include an entertainment center; 2,000 and 600 seat theaters, a 1,000 seat movie palace, art galleries, a wine museum, restaurants, and $1.5 million worth of'sculpture and paintings to decorate the site and its buildings are promised. · A 2,000 car underground garage, a shopping center and a two-story pedestrian mall connecting the various buildings would complete "Rockefeller Center West." Cutshaw Suit Cites Hospital Dismissal Claiming she was wrongfully discharged from her nursing duties at St. Mary's Hospital, Mrs. Trudy S. Cutshaw has filed a $75,000 damage suit against the hospital and three physicians. Physicians named as defend- a n t s are Drs. James E. O'Hare, C. J. Alexander and Gilbert A. Twitchell. 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