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Supersizing The 41 Tehama Street Tower

Supersizing The 41 Tehama Street Tower

Approved for the development of a 31-story building reaching 342 feet in height with 325 dwelling units, 700 square feet of retail space, and 241 off-street parking spaces below, Fritzi Realty is now seeking approvals to add four more floors and 73 additional dwelling units to their plans for... Read More »

A Peek At 535 Mission’s Public Art Proposal And Pedestrian Linkage

A Peek At 535 Mission’s Public Art Proposal And Pedestrian Linkage

With the construction of the 27-story office tower at 535 Mission Street slated for completion in 2014, this week San Francisco’s Planning Commission will get their first peek at the two proposed works of art to fulfill San Francisco’s One Percent for the Arts requirement. The first piece is... Read More »

San Francisco’s Future Skyline And Transit Center Fully Animated

The latest animation for San Francisco’s future Transbay Transit Center in which the Center is fully rendered, both inside and out, not only includes the 1,070-foot tall Transbay Tower to rise at the corner of First and Mission, but twenty-three other area developments and two parks which are either... Read More »

Let’s Get Ready to Rubble for This 52-Story Tower to Rise

Let’s Get Ready to Rubble for This 52-Story Tower to Rise

As we first reported earlier this year: Having acquired the Transbay parcel and approved plans to build a 52-story tower with 14 floors of condos over 400,000 square feet of office space and a spire reaching 800 feet, Silicon Valley builder Jay Paul plans to break ground on 181... 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 »

Potential High-Rise Hat Trick On Folsom For Tishman Speyer

Potential High-Rise Hat Trick On Folsom For Tishman Speyer

Having just broken ground on the twin condo towers to rise at 201 Folsom Street (aka LUMINA) last month, yesterday Tishman Speyer closed escrow on the purchase of the parking lot at 100 Folsom Street and a couple of adjoining parcels across from the Infinity, a development site which... 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 »

535 Mission Street Tower Rendered, Rising, And Ready In 2014

535 Mission Street Tower Rendered, Rising, And Ready In 2014

Having acquired the 535 Mission Street site for $71 million just a few months ago, Boston Properties quickly restarted construction on the HOK-designed office tower, the construction of which was suspended in October of 2008 when rents were headed the wrong way. The 27-story tower will rise 378 feet... Read More »

181 Fremont Tower Fully Rendered, Animated, And Ready To Rise

Having acquired the Transbay parcel and approved plans to build a 52-story tower with 14 floors of condos over 400,000 square feet of office space and a spire reaching 800 feet, Silicon Valley builder Jay Paul plans to break ground on 181 Fremont as soon as possible. While many... Read More »

The Winning Design And Developer For Transbay Block 9

The Winning Design And Developer For Transbay Block 9

With a design by SOM and rendered by steeleblue, Avant Housing and Essex Property Trust have been selected by The Successor Agency to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency to develop Transbay District Block 9 along Folsom Street. On the site between First and Essex Streets, a 400-foot tower and... Read More »