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Montana’s Project Intrigues Santa Clara

Posted by Taylor Price on July 13, 2011 – 2:22 PM



A proposed luxury hotel project to be built across the street from the 49ers future new stadium in Santa Clara received a boost of attention Tuesday night when the City Council agreed to negotiate a lease with a business group led by 49ers Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana.

The news was reported early Wednesday morning by CBS 5’s Website. According to the report, Montana’s group will have exclusive negotiations with the city of Santa Clara after the City Council voted 5-1 in favor of Montana’s group.

Along with former team owner Eddie DeBartolo, Montana’s group envisions a luxury hotel, restaurant and sports bar complex to be built on seven acres of land north of Tasman avenue, across the street from the future home of the 49ers.

Montana’s group now has 18 months to negotiate a lease with a city.

Click here for more information on Montana’s proposed hotel project.


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14 Responses to “Montana’s Project Intrigues Santa Clara”

  1. By kim on Jul 13, 2011 | Reply

    Sparacino/McLeod are totally right from a policy standpoint. But… Its Joe Montana. You really cant say no…..

  2. By niner4life on Jul 13, 2011 | Reply

    he should be trying to teach alex smith how to be a qb! nobody will go c the niners if alex smith start this year! trade that bum!

  3. By alexcurtis on Jul 15, 2011 | Reply

    They don’t have to “trade” Alex, he’s not under contract.

  4. By niner4life on Jul 16, 2011 | Reply

    just remember your words when they start him again and we start on a losing streak again! alexcurtis u know its true he sucks and we need to get rid of him!

  5. By Tom Garn on Jul 16, 2011 | Reply

    Us 49er fans have been spoiled by having the luxury of watching the two best quarterbacks who ever played the game for 20 years. 1979 to 2000 it was Montana and Young. How many of you who criticize Alex have been around long enough to remember John Brodie? Like Alex he to was booed for the first 7 years of his career. He took over from Hall of Fame QB YA Tittle. Then in 1965 Brodie all of a sudden became the QB that they wanted him to be when they drafted him. Took another 5 years to get to the playoffs. Not saying its going to Alex that long. They dump him ow and he will just go to another team become a great QB and lead that team to the playoffs. Alex finally has a coach who knows how to develop a QB. Give him one more chance. If Harbaugh cant get it done with Alex no one can.

  6. By bruce on Jul 17, 2011 | Reply

    If ? lockout ends soon, niners will have a full training camp and will able to play all 4 preseason games. IF that happens ? Colin Kaepernick will be the starter by week 8.

  7. By rchiles on Jul 18, 2011 | Reply

    Alex Smith will be just fine under Jim Harbough. Remember in his second season under Norve Turner, he won 7 games and the first 2 game of the next season before he was injured aganist Seattle. That is when things began to come apart for Smith. Playing injured with a porius O-Line was a recipe for desaster and the desaster occurred. Nolen then started Dilfer w/o knowinf that Hill was the better QB. This will be Smith’s first real offensive coach since his soph. yr. I for one, believe he will make allof you doubters true believers. “GO NINERS”

  8. By SPEEDY on Jul 18, 2011 | Reply

    dont worry niner fanz.We will win the west Lams an both birds are no match for us.

  9. By Ricko on Jul 19, 2011 | Reply

    If Harbaugh want’s to keep Alex, I trust him, he might see something most of us don’t, Alex has been on a make or break for the last 3 seasons! but man! It’s been tough for all Niners fans no doubt, but as a fan this will be the last chance for Alex. I say, give him a year contract and then…..

    GO NINERS!

  10. By Gloria Lomanto on Jul 19, 2011 | Reply

    Fan since 1971 and I have seen it all. Give the guy another chance. Think JH can pull the magic out of him. I know its there somewhere. Wait and see.

  11. By Cage on Jul 19, 2011 | Reply

    Only time will tell with Smith he had the makings of a great QB coming out and Harbaugh will be the best judge of that put your faith in the system and it will finally begin to play out… and if nothing else fails we try Kaepernick

  12. By Tom on Jul 20, 2011 | Reply

    I agree with most of you guys…….Alex is wearing thin with this old 49er fan. Perhaps Harbaugh, a former QB will be able to turn him around….Let’s hope so or turn things upside down and get going 49ers….
    East coast 49er fan

  13. By jrparker on Jul 24, 2011 | Reply

    Alex Smith has never been blessed with a good offensive line, quality coaching or a stable of quality WR’s. I believe he is much better then most think.

  14. By Niner fan in Canada on Mar 16, 2012 | Reply

    I agree with jrparker. It not his fault the team does’nt have a deep threat receiver.. He dis’nt throw to many INT’S or turn the ball over to often. He had 7 different offensive cordinators in 7 yrs. Harbaugh is a great coach, and his coaching staff is 2nd to none.. Look what Smith did last year under Harbaugh without quality receivers, except Vernon Davis. Crabtree was avg, and is highly over-rated. If Delaney Walker is healthy, and Randy Moss pans out, maybe Manningham signs, could be very interesting.. Is it Smiths fault the receivers cant hang on to the ball? Did Smith fumble 2 kickoffs for 10 points against the Giants. Gimme a break. You need more than Vernon Davis to win in the playoffs, and thats why there focus is receivers right now. True he’s no Montanna or Young, but could they have been so good without Rice and John Taylor? There o-line is good now, best defence, coach,/executive of the year. Give it a chance, its only Harbaughs 2nd year, and he did’nt even have a real training camp, and he’s doing a great job with the amount of time he was given. Rome was’nt built in a day..

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