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Moscone Center’s Redesign Refined

Moscone Center’s Redesign Refined

Responding in part to concerns about the impact of the Moscone Center’s proposed expansion project on the adjacent Children’s Garden, as well as to the impact of the building’s mass along Howard Street, the proposed design for the building by Skidmore Owings & Merrill and Mark Cavagnero Associates has... Read More »

The Impact Of The Moscone Center’s Expansion, And An Alternative

The Impact Of The Moscone Center’s Expansion, And An Alternative

The Moscone Center Expansion Project would increase the size of the convention center by 20 percent, from 1.2 million square feet to 1.5 million square feet, in part by expanding the Center’s footprint to Howard Street and raising the height of the buildings. As proposed by the Moscone Expansion... Read More »

The $350 Million Plans For Expanding San Francisco’s Moscone Center

The $350 Million Plans For Expanding San Francisco’s Moscone Center

With the total number of annual attendees at events held at the Moscone Center’s North and South buildings – San Francisco’s primary convention, exhibition, and meeting facility – having dropped 20 percent since 2010, a proposed expansion of the Center’s North and South buildings by 20 percent is making... Read More »

From Renovation To Potentially Razed For 680/690 Folsom

From Renovation To Potentially Razed For 680/690 Folsom

According to J.K. Dineen, TMG Partners’ renovation and redesign of 680/690 Folsom might never see the light of day through those proposed glass curtain walls. Instead, the buildings could be razed to make way for a Moscone Center expansion. While city officials are not ready to discuss the project... Read More »