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Continuous Stanford Development

Original post made by Walter Sedriks, Downtown North, on Jul 15, 2010

In her July 2 letter to Palo Alto Weekly, Pamela Kimball suggested that Stanford appears to be "aiming for a clinical, teaching, research and development city." This touches on a fundamental question that generally seems to go begging: Namely, where will Stanford developments stand in say 10 to 20 years time?

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