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The Opening of San Francisco’s New Transit Center is Here

The Opening of San Francisco’s New Transit Center is Here

Having won the city’s design competition back in 2007, broken ground in 2010 and been renamed by way of a 25-year licensing deal last year, San Francisco’s new (Transbay) Salesforce Transit Center officially opens this weekend with a block party from noon to 4PM on Saturday, August 11. Designed... Read More »

Refined Plans for a New 800-Foot-Tall Transbay Tower Revealed

Refined Plans for a New 800-Foot-Tall Transbay Tower Revealed

Having faced some pushback from Planning early last year, the plans for a 61-story tower to rise up to 800 feet in height upon Transbay Parcel F at 542-550 Howard Street have been newly refined by the F4 Transbay Partners project team (which includes Hines, Urban Pacific Development and... Read More »

Proposed 800-Foot Transbay Tower Is Being Redesigned

Proposed 800-Foot Transbay Tower Is Being Redesigned

As we reported when we first revealed the design for the proposed 800-foot tower to rise at 550 Howard Street on Transbay Parcel F: While recently refined by Pelli Clark Pelli, and San Francisco’s Planning Department is on the record as appreciating the solidity of the proposed tower design,... Read More »

Parcel F Plans Formally Submitted to Planning

Parcel F Plans Formally Submitted to Planning

The formal application and slightly re-refined designs for the Pelli Clarke Pelli tower to rise up to 800 feet at 550 Howard Street, on Transbay Parcel F (a.k.a. 546 Howard), have just been signed and submitted to Planning. As formally proposed, the now 61-story tower will consist of 16... Read More »

Refined Designs and Feedback for the Fourth Tallest Tower in S.F.

Refined Designs and Feedback for the Fourth Tallest Tower in S.F.

The proposed 64-story tower to rise at 550 Howard Street, on Transbay Parcel F, would reach a height of 806 feet as proposed, making it the fourth tallest tower in San Francisco, behind the Salesforce/Transbay Tower, the future Oceanwide tower at 50 First Street, and San Francisco’s iconic Transamerica Pyramid... Read More »

Plans for an 806-Foot-Tall Transbay District Tower Revealed

Plans for an 806-Foot-Tall Transbay District Tower Revealed

While the preliminary designs for what is now proposed to be an 806-foot-tall tower with 64 floors to rise at 550 Howard Street, on Transbay Parcel F, are in the process of being refined by Pelli Clark Pelli and will likely result in a more rounded form, we now... Read More »

The First Renderings for San Francisco’s Last Super-Tall Tower Site

The First Renderings for San Francisco’s Last Super-Tall Tower Site

Transbay Parcel F at 546 Howard Street was the last remaining development site in San Francisco zoned for building over 550 feet in height, a so-called “super-tall” site by the city. And with the $160 million sale of Parcel F having been completed, we now have the first renderings... 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 »

Planning To Raise Shadow Limits For SF’s Transbay Towers To Rise

Planning To Raise Shadow Limits For SF’s Transbay Towers To Rise

While the design for San Francisco’s Transbay Tower to rise on Mission between 1st and Fremont Streets has shrunk from 1,200 to 1,070 feet, the proposed 61-story tower will still cast new shadows across San Francisco, shadows which can be problematic for developers and fodder for litigation. The proposed... Read More »

Yes, The Proposed Transbay Transit Tower Shrank A Hundred Feet

Yes, The Proposed Transbay Transit Tower Shrank A Hundred Feet

As plugged-in people have known for five months, the height for the proposed Pelli Clarke Pelli designed Tansbay Transit Center Tower to rise at the corner of Mission and First was shortened from 1,200 to 1,070 feet. From the Chronicle today with respect to the revised design: The revised... Read More »