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Scoop: New Designs For Big Development At Mission And 16th

Scoop: New Designs For Big Development At Mission And 16th

The formal environmental review for a proposed 331-unit development to rise up to ten stories on the northeast corner of Mission and 16th Streets, at the entrance to the 16th Street BART Station, is about to get underway.  And with it, we now have the latest renderings for the... Read More »

Refined Designs And Timing For 400-Foot Transbay Block 9 Tower

Refined Designs And Timing For 400-Foot Transbay Block 9 Tower

The designs for the 400-foot tower and 85-foot podium to rise on Transbay Block 9, at the corner of Folsom and First, have been refined by SOM (tower) and Fougeron Architecture (podium), and the total number of residences and ratio of Below Market Rate (BMR) units within the development... Read More »

Parkmerced Redevelopment Plan Prevails

Parkmerced Redevelopment Plan Prevails

Approved by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors by the narrowest of margins three years ago, the redevelopment plan for Parkmerced – which includes the construction of nearly 5,700 net new residences in the southwestern neighborhood – has been tied up in a legal battle since 2011. Last week, California’s 1st District... Read More »

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 Preliminary Designs For Ten Stories At 16th And Mission

The Preliminary Designs For Ten Stories At 16th And Mission

Once again, a 10-story building with 351 housing units, 32,000 square feet of retail and a 56,000-square-foot basement parking garage has been proposed to rise above the 16th Street Bart Station on the northeast corner of Mission Street, the preliminary design and massing for which is illustrated above and... Read More »

Ten Story Building Proposed Atop 16th Street BART Station Site

Ten Story Building Proposed Atop 16th Street BART Station Site

Maximus Real Estate Partners is in contract to buy the 57,000 square foot parcel above the 16th Street BART station on the northeast corner of Mission Street and has submitted plans to build a 10-story building designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill with 351 housing units, 32,000 square feet... Read More »

The Big Dollars Behind The 8 Washington Street Battle To Date

The Big Dollars Behind The 8 Washington Street Battle To Date

As of last month, No Wall on The Waterfront had raised $234,000 and spent $104,000 in their campaign to block the approved development of 8 Washington Street at the ballot box. In addition, Boston Properties, owner of 4 Embarcadero Center to the west of 8 Washington Street, has spent... Read More »

Plans For Landmark Tower(s) At First And Mission Are Powering Up

Plans For Landmark Tower(s) At First And Mission Are Powering Up

Having been on hold for a few years, the plans for a few big towers to rise at First and Mission, a.k.a. the 50 First Street site, have been reworked and resubmitted to Planning. As currently envisioned, the existing office/retail buildings at 50 First, 62 First, and 76-78 First... Read More »

Big Plans For Harrison Street Between Second And Third

Big Plans For Harrison Street Between Second And Third

Having filed a preliminary application for development with San Francisco’s Planning Department, Cresleigh Development is proposing to build a 478,000-square-foot office building, a 406,000-square-foot residential tower and a 300-room hotel on five parcels along the south side of Harrison Street stretching from 400 Second Street to 665 Harrison. According... Read More »

350 Mission Street: Permits Issued For 350-Foot Tower To Rise

350 Mission Street: Permits Issued For 350-Foot Tower To Rise

Approved for a 27-story office tower reaching 350 feet last year, the fully entitled site at 350 Mission Street has been sold to Kilroy Realty with the transfer in the works. The permits to demolish the existing four story Heald College building on the site have been approved, and... Read More »