In the past decade, the world’s most famous building has been in the news for a number of reasons: the Golden Gate Bridge, the San Francisco 49ers, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The Golden Gate, which is still open, was closed for two weeks in February 2018 after a gunman opened fire on the bridge.
The protests over the Dakota pipeline, which was also built with local money, drew international attention, and were met with protests by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and environmental groups.
While the Golden, the iconic black-clad tower at the heart of the city, was recently rebuilt, many locals feel it has been neglected, and they are trying to make a change.
In a series of interviews with Polygon, five people who own and manage the building’s properties in Berkeley, California, have spoken about the history of the building, the changes they have made, and what they hope to achieve with the renovation.
“We have a lot of history,” said Andrew Wren, owner of Wren and Associates, a property management firm in Berkeley.
“But the Golden is not the only building on our property.
The other buildings on the block have been vacant for over 40 years.
We need to do something about it.”
In an interview with Polygons sister publication, The San Francisco Chronicle, Wren said, “The Golden Gate is a part of our culture.
It’s one of the best in the world.
It has been a symbol of the City of Berkeley for the last 200 years.”
The Golden is also known as the Golden Bough, a symbol that has been used to symbolize the Golden State since the 18th century.
The Bough has been depicted in hundreds of artworks throughout the world, including many paintings of the Bough’s leaves and branches, which represent California and the Pacific Northwest.
The building is a major landmark in Berkeley’s cultural landscape.
It is a landmark to many residents who live nearby.
“The Bough is the most popular tree in Berkeley,” said David Wren.
“It has been planted by thousands of people, thousands of years.”
Wren added that the Brough “is one of our main symbols.”
Wrench’s family owns the building and Wren explained that it is the “first building that has really changed the culture here.”
“It’s changed Berkeley from a sleepy little neighborhood to one of those places that are going to have a big impact on the future of Berkeley,” Wren told Polygon.
“So we need to make the building a part a part in that change.
And we’re doing that by giving it back to the people of Berkeley.”
While the Bighorn Mountain is the tallest mountain in the United States, it is not only in the Golden Gables that the name “Bighorn” is associated with a particular tree.
It also has been associated with the B.C. Fraser National Park, a large park that is home to the famous redwood forest that is the home to a number species of redwoods.
The name Bighorns is a combination of the word “bighorn,” meaning redwood, and “orn,” the symbol of B.F. Nelson.
According to Wren’s company, the building has a lot to do with that history.
“When I was growing up, we were living in the city of Berkeley, and we had a house on the first floor.
And I think I was living there for six years,” he said.
“My dad, who is also a writer, lived in the house.
He had his own apartment there.
And when I was a kid, I remember being able to see a tree on the second floor.
It was the bighorn tree.
I think it was a little bit of a symbol for me.”
Wines, who has a degree in architecture, said that the tree is a symbol because it is a member of a family of redwood trees that also include a variety of other trees.
The bighorns have also been identified as a symbol by people around the world who are interested in the history and history of their culture.
“I think it’s interesting to look at it, because they’ve got such a strong connection to the bough,” said Wren about the tree.
“They’ve got a lot going on in their culture, and a lot that they’re trying to connect to the redwoods in the area.
And the redwood is the tree that they are related to.
So that makes it a good symbol.”
A sign at the entrance to the Bayside Neighborhood, in Berkeley California, on July 10, 2018.
Wren has worked with a number community organizations to make improvements to the building.
“In 2018, I began to take the lead in this effort,” he told Polygones sister publication.