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Hines Preparing Application To Build 16-Story Rincon Hill Tower

Hines Preparing Application To Build 16-Story Rincon Hill Tower

Hines is preparing to formally file their application to demolish the two-story Factory club at 525 Harrison Street and construct a 16-story residential building on the Rincon Hill parcel: As we first reported in May, the preliminary design called for 184 units over 2,500 square feet of ground floor... Read More »

Rincon Hill Scoop: Plans For 184 Condos Versus The Factory Club

Rincon Hill Scoop: Plans For 184 Condos Versus The Factory Club

With the construction of 45 Lansing underway across the street, the owner of 525 Harrison Street which currently houses the Factory club is quietly navigating Planning’s waters with plans to raze the building and build a 16-story residential tower in its place. The early plans call for 184 units... Read More »

Financial Partner Secured To Build San Francisco’s Transbay Tower

Financial Partner Secured To Build San Francisco’s Transbay Tower

As we wrote last week with respect to the recently approved 61-story Transbay Tower to rise at 101 First Street: In terms of the land on which the tower would rise, while the deadline for Hines to complete the $185 million purchase of the site from the Transbay Joint... Read More »

Proposed 1,070-Foot Transbay Tower Approved To Rise

Proposed 1,070-Foot Transbay Tower Approved To Rise

The proposed 1,070-foot Transbay Tower to rise at 101 First Street was approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission last night. We’ll let you know when the appeal is filed. In terms of the land on which the tower would rise, while the deadline for Hines to complete the $185... Read More »

Transbay Tower Timeline Moved Up, Payment To City Stays Down

Transbay Tower Timeline Moved Up, Payment To City Stays Down

Having successfully renegotiated the amount they’ll pay The City for the land upon which to build San Francisco’s Transbay Transit Tower and Terminal from $350 million to $185 million due to declining market conditions and a shorter tower, Hines might now start construction as early as next summer based... Read More »

Transbay Land Cost Cut Another $50 Million For Shrunken Tower

Transbay Land Cost Cut Another $50 Million For Shrunken Tower

Having bid a winning $350 million for the land upon which to build San Francisco’s Transbay Transit Tower and Terminal back in 2007, over twice as much as the next highest bid of $145 million by the Richard Rogers and Forest City team, and an amount which was already... Read More »

It’s Official: Pelli Clarke Pelli/Hines Win The Transbay Competition

It’s Official, the Pelli Clarke Pelli/Hines team have won the Transbay Terminal and Tower design competition. But even as they selected the Hines-Pelli team over two rivals, leaders of the Transbay Joint Powers Authority stressed that the proposal now on the table is a starting point, not a fait... Read More »

Hines And Pelli Clarke Pelli Bid The Most (And Get The Transbay Nod)

Hines And Pelli Clarke Pelli Bid The Most (And Get The Transbay Nod)

It’s true, the Hines/Pelli Clarke Pelli proposal for “City Park” has won (save an uprising by the Transbay Joint Powers Authority Board, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors, or the Planning Commission) the design competition for San Francisco’s new Transbay Terminal and Tower. The winning Transbay terminal proposal by developer... Read More »

San Francisco’s Transbay Terminal Design Proposals: Highlights

San Francisco’s Transbay Terminal Design Proposals: Highlights

Keep in mind that design elements of all three proposals are likely to change (some rather dramatically) between now and the final selection on September 20th (and again between the final selection and construction). That being the case, a few highlights that caught our attention (in reverse order of... Read More »