The 45-story tower rising at 706 Mission Street will be flagged a Four Seasons development and its 146 Private Residences (condos) will be managed by Four Seasons staff, positioned to “complement the neighboring Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences San Francisco,” although existing Residents, who fought to block the new tower, might disagree.

Typical units will range in size from 2,800 to over 4,000 square feet, with a fitness center, lounge, private dining room and landscaped terrace on its fifth floor, “affording residents a space to socialize among a discerning community of owners and their guests.”

And with San Francisco’s new Mexican Museum to be housed at its base, the new tower is now slated to open in 2020.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by Miraloma Man

    This has been a long time coming….. I was working on this project a decade ago.

  2. Posted by oakland lover

    Man I really like this one, just WISH it was another 20-30 stories hi vs adding to the table top in the area. Regardless I love walking by seeing this thing finally going up.

  3. Posted by Brian

    Isn’t the current Four Seasons across from it the reason it got held up? Because all the NIMBY’s….

    • Posted by Sutro_Tower

      Yes indeed. Glad the developer didn’t fold and reduce the height in order to placate the residents of the current Four Seasons tower. I too wish they had gone slightly taller but that would’ve cast shadows onto Union Square and triggered a whole other set of potential delays.

      • Posted by t/a

        Actually, I think they did reduce the height a little bit, but not much. It went from something like 550 feet to 510.

  4. Posted by Goodmaab50

    Marriot Juke Box #2?

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