Top Vision Proposed Candlestick Tower (Image Source: topvisionllc.com)
“Top Vision has hired architect C.P. Wang of the renowned C.Y. Lee & Partners — the firm that designed Taipei 101, the world’s tallest fully inhabited skyscraper — to design the final phase of St. Francis Bay, which will include a 16-story, 465-unit tower nestled into Bayview Hill, the grassy knoll separating the development from Monster Park.”
“Top Vision Development has sold out the first phase of its 769-unit St. Francis Bay, a total of 128 units. Meanwhile, construction on phase two is nearly complete, and thus far about 110 of the 176 units have been sold . . . Grading has begun on the site [for the final phase] and construction will start this year.”
“In addition to St. Francis Bay, three other developers have pending projects in the area. Signature Properties has started work on 125 units at Candlestick Cove, a project which will eventually total 499 units. Developer George Yerby plans to demolish two office buildings and replace them with 500 units. And Universal Paragon Corp., which owns three office buildings, has plans to construct 1,100 units in seven highrise buildings.”
Highrise housing gets OK for Candlestick Point [San Francisco Business Times]

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by Mole Man

    It looks more like a slab than a tower, which is probably why they call it a tower.

  2. Posted by anon

    I know someone who used to live in the appartment complex on Crescent Way by candle stick point. They can’t wait to move out because the area reeks from the garbage and sanitation facility accross the freeway.

  3. Posted by John

    Nice work, guys. This is really becoming a great neighborhood. Anyone who argues to the contrary obviously has altering motives or just door knob stupid.

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