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Timing for Another Approved Tower Pushed Back, Again

Timing for Another Approved Tower Pushed Back, Again

As we outlined early last year, while plans for a skinny 495-foot-tall tower with up to 334 condos, or 72 condos over a 273-room hotel, “depending upon market conditions,” were approved to rise on the downtown parking lot parcel at 524 Howard Street back in 2016, the ground has... Read More »

Rendering for Skinny Transbay District Tower Revealed

Rendering for Skinny Transbay District Tower Revealed

As we reported last week, plans for a skinny 44-story tower to rise on the Transbay District parcel at 540 Howard Street, upon which the three-story Temple nightclub building currently sits, have been drafted. And as newly rendered by Ankrom Mosian Architects above, and in more detail below, the... Read More »

Placeholder for Transbay District Tower Slated for Approval, Again

Placeholder for Transbay District Tower Slated for Approval, Again

While plans for a skinny 495-foot-tall tower with up to 334 condos, or 72 condos over a 273-room hotel, “depending upon market conditions,” were approved to rise on the downtown parking lot parcel at 524 Howard Street back in 2016, the ground has yet to be broken. And as... Read More »

Expectations for Skinny Transbay District Tower Reset

Expectations for Skinny Transbay District Tower Reset

Plans to redevelop the downtown parking lot parcel at 524 Howard Street were first approved nearly three decades ago, at which point a 23-story office building was expected to rise up to 311 feet in height after the former parking garage on the site was razed in 1989. But... Read More »

San Francisco’s Future Skyline Newly Rendered and on the Way

San Francisco’s Future Skyline Newly Rendered and on the Way

Along with the refined plans for the proposed 800-foot-tall tower to rise at 550 Howard Street come the latest renderings of San Francisco’s future skyline. As produced by steelblue, the renderings include every tall tower on the way, including the Foster + Partners designed Oceanwide tower at 50 First... Read More »

Skinny Transbay District Tower Closer to Reality

Skinny Transbay District Tower Closer to Reality

Speaking of skinny project sites, the plans for a 48-story, residential tower rising up to 515 feet in height at 524 Howard Street have been newly rendered, granted an exemption from having to complete a resource intensive environmental impact report, and are slated to be approved by San Francisco’s... Read More »

Skinny Tower Adds More Height and Two Years to Break Ground

Skinny Tower Adds More Height and Two Years to Break Ground

First approved for development over 25 years ago, Crescent Heights has been touting “Coming Soon” with respect to their plans for a skinny 450-foot-tall residential tower to rise at 524 Howard Street since 2013. But Crescent Heights’ plans and timing for the Transbay District site have changed. And if... Read More »

524 Howard Street: Tower Deets And Timing

524 Howard Street: Tower Deets And Timing

As we first reported and summarized last month, while Crescent Heights is seeking approval to continue operating the little parking lot at 524 Howard Street which they acquired out of foreclosure in 2011, they’re concurrently working on a plan to construct a 44-story residential tower on the site. As... Read More »

New Plans For Prime Transbay Parcel: 44-Story Condo Tower

New Plans For Prime Transbay Parcel: 44-Story Condo Tower

San Francisco’s Planning Commission first approved entitlements for a 311-foot tall, 23-story office building to be built at 524 Howard Street back in 1989, but the ground was never broken and the prime Transbay adjacent parcel was foreclosed upon in 2011. Authorization to operate a temporary parking lot on... Read More »

It’s Back to the Bank (And Hopefully Drawing Boards) for 524 Howard

It’s Back to the Bank (And Hopefully Drawing Boards) for 524 Howard

As plugged-in people know, the parking lot at 524 Howard has been facing foreclosure with an estimated $23,038,931 owed. The site was approved for development twenty-two years ago, the rights for which could soon be lost. And as a plugged-in tipster notes, on Wednesday the parcel went back to... Read More »