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TIMELAPSE VIDEO: Eight-Month Demolition of Candlestick Park Complete

The entire project should take 20 years and $8 billion to complete.

The 49ers' old stadium, Candlestick Park, is demolished by contractor Silverado to pave way for a new development, seen here in this timelapse video. Video shot by OxBlue, courtesy of Lennar Corp. (Published Friday, Feb. 5, 2016)

As the San Francisco 49ers’ new home, Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, gets ready to host Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, the development company building a new mixed-used complex released time-lapse video of Candlestick Park being torn apart.

The video, provided on Thursday to NBC Bay Area by Lennar Urban and shot by OxBlue, shows about two minutes of the ‘Stick being taken down, seat by seat, and 19 seconds of what the future site should look like, including sweeping views of the San Francisco bay.

RAW VIDEO: Candlestick Park DemolitionRAW VIDEO: Candlestick Park DemolitionRaw video of the continuing demolition of Candlestick Park in San Francisco. (Published Tuesday, May 5, 2015)

The eight-month demolition of Candlestick Park was finished in September to make way for a new urban mixed-use project at Candlestick Point in the southeast corner of San Francisco. More than 95 percent of the materials used to build Candlestick were recycled by the demolition firm, Silverado Contractors, according to Lennar Urban spokesman Dave Satterfield. The entire project should take 20 years and $8 billion to complete, thought the retail mall portion is expected to open in 2018, Satterfield said.

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The complex, being built by Macerich Corp., will include an Africa diaspora-themed shopping marketplace, a hotel, movie theaters and 12,000 new homes at the site and nearby at the former naval shipyard of Hunter’s Point.

The 49ers left Candlestick Park after the 2013 season for a new $1.2 billion stadium in Santa Clara. The Super Bowl will be played there on Sunday between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers.
 

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