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Transamerica Pyramid aerial view, image courtesy SHVO

$400 Million Renovation Project Starts with San Francisco’s Iconic Transamerica Pyramid

Construction work has begun on the renovation of San Francisco’s most iconic skyscraper, the Transamerica Pyramid. The project is led by the New York City-based property owner, SHVO, with design by Foster + Partners. Focused on the public open space and the pyramid’s interiors, phase one will reemphasize the iconic modernist design inside, update the offices, increase on-site amenities, and lease 45,000 square feet for a Manhattan-based elite social club, all in a bid to elevate the pyramid from a visual marvel into a magnetic destination for both tenants and the public.

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Potrero Power Station development master view from the Bay, rendering by Foster + Partners

Excavation Underway for Potrero Power Station along San Francisco’s Dogpatch Waterfront

A recent site visit has shown notable progress on demolition and excavation for the 2,600-home Potrero Power Station development nine months after groundbreaking. Crews have removed several structures while retaining the historic Station A and 300-foot smokestack, both brick structures will serve as focal points in the 29-acre waterfront development in Dogpatch, San Francisco. Associate Capital is responsible for the project.

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200 Mission Street hyper-realistic view, rendering courtesy Hines, design by Pickard Chilton

New Imagery for Hines’ Atlas Block Campus and $105M Refurbishment of 77 Beale Street

Building permits have been filed for the estimated $105 million reskinning and renovation of 77 Beale Street, to be renamed 200 Mission Street, in Hines’ headline-grabbing plan for the Atlas Block Campus in SoMa, San Francisco. Along with building permits, planning documents reveal new imagery and programming details for the mixed-use project. The Atlas Block includes the dynamic Foster + Partners-designed facade for 50 Main Street, the potential second tallest building for the Bay Area.

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Oceanwide Center side view and frontal view, rendering of design by Foster and Partners

Number Two: Oceanwide Center at 50 First Street, SoMa, San Francisco

In January of 2021, the Oceanwide Center in San Francisco was expected to become the second tallest tower in the Bay Area. Construction was put on hold in October of 2020, and subsequent issues throughout 2021 have imperiled Oceanwide’s plans. However, foundation work is complete, and there remains hope that a new developer could pick up and finish the highly anticipated 910-foot tower designed by Foster + Partners.

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50 Main Street as seen in the proposed skyline, design by Foster + Partners, rendering courtesy Hines

Hines Expects San Francisco Supertall at 50 Main Street to Open by 2027

High-quality renderings and planning documents have now been released for the 200 Mission Street campus project, immediately after Hines announced the groundbreaking news that 50 Main Street would reach 1,066 feet tall. While the renderings provide greater insight into the architectural design of 50 Main Street supertall by Foster + Partners, the new documents have revealed foundation details and the estimated timeline for construction.

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