Construction is wrapping up on the adaptive reuse of 100 Stockton Street in San Francisco’s retail hub, Union Square. The former Macy’s men’s store has been reskinned with the design by Gensler. Now, just over a year after signing a rooftop restaurant, the team has secured 65,000 square feet for Convene, a hospitality start-up.
100 Stockton Street
A top-level tenant has been secured for 100 Stockton Street, the newly redeveloped retail hub by San Francisco’s Union Square. Chotto Matte, an international Peruvian-Japanese Restaurant, will operate from the rooftop terrace by 2022. Morgan Stanley and Blatteis & Schnur are responsible for the development.
Six months after construction topped out, crews have all but finished facade installation for the commercial redevelopment of 100 Stockton Street near San Francisco’s Union Square. The project has made adaptive reuse of a seven-story mid-century department store with expanded offices and modernized retail facilities. Morgan Stanley and Blatteis & Schnur are responsible for the development.
Construction has passed a milestone for 100 Stockton Street, an adaptive reuse of a seven-story mid-century department store into a mixed-use retail and office building near Union Square in the Tenderloin, San Francisco. Portions of the building’s exterior are starting to show up, including the aluminum frame for the distinctive third-floor cantilever. Morgan Stanley and Blatteis & Schnur are responsible for the development.
Project profile permits have been filed to reassign planned retail into office space on the upper floors of 100-120 Stockton Street, located at the busy eastern edge of San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. Macys sold the property in 2016 to Morgan Stanley and Blatteis & Schnur for $250 million. The duo is responsible for the current eight-story adaptive reuse. Construction is already well underway.