1500-1580 Mission Street Massing

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has approved the City’s plan to spend an anticipated $326,690,953 to buy the land and build a 463,000 square-foot Mid-Market office building rising up to 258-feet in height along 11th Street, between Mission and Market, on the eastern half of the Goodwill site at the intersection of Mission and South Van Ness Avenue.

Plans for a residential tower with up 550 units to rise up to 400-feet on the western half of the site, a site which sits across the street from the San Francisco Honda site, and cater-corner to the Tower Car Wash parcel we featured earlier this month, are also in the works.

The City plans to consolidate the Departments of Public Works, Building Inspection and Planning, and Retirement and Health Services System in the new 17-story office building and hopes to make the move in early 2018.

As we first reported two weeks ago, the  city is preparing to sell its 5-story building at 30 Van Ness Avenue, a site which is zoned for a 400-foot tower to rise, in order to help finance the $327 million development.

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