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New Plans for a Transbay District Tower Have Been Drafted

New Plans for a Transbay District Tower Have Been Drafted

As envisioned, a 350-foot-tall tower could rise on the little 4,000-square-foot parking lot behind the four-story office building at 543 Howard (a.k.a. 48 Tehama Street). While designed as a stand-alone structure, the 350-foot-tall “addition” would be connected to 543 Howard at its basement and ground floor and cantilevered over... Read More »

Plans For 30-Story Tower To Rise On A Little SoMa Lot

Plans For 30-Story Tower To Rise On A Little SoMa Lot

San Francisco’s Planning Commission first approved the construction of a slender 200-foot building to rise on the 4,000 square foot parking lot at 48 Tehama nearly 15 years ago, a proposed development which included almost 50,000 square feet of office space, with seven off-street parking spaces and three full-floor... Read More »

A Concept, Revocation And Consequences For 48 Tehama

A Concept, Revocation And Consequences For 48 Tehama

A tenant at 543 Howard which is scheduled for foreclosure tomorrow, BAR Architects once sketched a concept for a 19-story mix-use building to rise at 48 Tehama, the approved office allocation for which was revoked for inaction, and the land for which is scheduled to hit the courthouse steps... Read More »

48 Tehama’s Right To Build Ready To Be Revoked

48 Tehama’s Right To Build Ready To Be Revoked

Ten years ago San Francisco’s Planning Commission approved the construction of a new, 194-foot tall mixed-use building to rise at 48 Tehama, currently a 4,000 square foot surface area parking lot. As approved, the building would have contributed almost 50,000 square feet of office space, with seven off-street parking... Read More »