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Gateway of Pacific phase three, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Construction Wrapped Up for Gateway of Pacific Phase Two and Three in East Side, South San Francisco

Construction is wrapping up for the third of five phases on Gateway of Pacific in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The project aims to complete with 2.2 million square feet in a laboratory and office campus across 31.5 acres of the city’s office-dominated East Side neighborhood. BioMed Realty, a Blackstone portfolio company, is responsible for the development.

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555 California Street view looking north

Number 6: 555 California Street, Financial District, San Francisco

555 California Street is the sixth tallest skyscraper in the Bay Area, planned or built. Formerly known as the Bank of America Building, the distinct carnelian granite-clad tower stands 779 feet above the San Francisco Financial District streets. 555 California was briefly the tallest building in the country west of the Mississippi River when finished in 1969. Vornado Realty Trust and the Trump Organization are joint property owners.

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345 California Center aerial view

Number 7: 345 California Street, Financial District, San Francisco

The seventh tallest tower in the Bay Area built or planned is 345 California Street, a mixed-use skyscraper in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District. The building opened in 1986, adding office space to the commercial market, and the Mandarin Oriental hotel once occupied the top eleven floors. When completed, it was the third tallest in the Bay Area with a rooftop height of 725 feet.

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The Russ Building, image via San Francisco Public Library's public catalog

Number 48: Russ Building at 235 Montgomery Street, Financial District, San Francisco

The Russ Building, located at 235 Montgomery Street, is the forty-ninth entry on SFYIMBY’s countdown of the fifty-two tallest proposed or finished towers in the Bay Area. With a rooftop height of 435 feet, it is tied as the 48th tallest skyscraper. It is the first on our list to not be in SoMa, to share its position with another building, and to have once held the title as tallest in the city. It is also the second oldest skyscraper on our list, having opened in 1927. It contains modernized office space in San Francisco’s Financial District. After a 2016 renovation, it received LEED Platinum certification. Shorenstein Properties manages the building, with the Swig Company as the property owner.

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