By Kevin Fagan | San Francisco Chronicle
Published December 23, 2022
It’s going to look as snazzy as an upscale apartment complex, complete with manicured plazas and Bauhaus-evocative architecture, and anyone living there who wants dental work, drug rehab or job help will merely have to take a stroll down the hall.
That’s how San Mateo County’s new navigation center homeless shelter is mapped out — and when the 240-room compound opens in early January in Redwood City, it will also be the biggest such center in Northern California.
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