Construction work has officially started for Mission Rock Parcel F, a 23-story residential tower designed by the internationally renowned architecture firm, Studio Gang. The 254-unit project is now set to rise with a distinctive glazed green ceramic facade that complements the neighboring blocks and will stand out in San Francisco’s Mission Bay skyline. Parcel F is the fourth and final tower to rise in phase one of the 28-acre Mission Rock masterplan.
Mission Rock Partners has officially launched construction for the China Basin Park with a groundbreaking ceremony on San Francisco’s Mission Bay waterfront. The park is one of Mission Rock’s most highly anticipated public assets, five acres of waterfront open space shaped by community input and designed by SCAPE Landscape Architecture. Mission Rock Partners is a joint venture with the Giants, the Port of San Francisco, and Tishman Speyer.
A new academic campus has been proposed at 1140 7th Street in Design District, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a new campus for California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Studio Gang is responsible for the design concepts.
Construction has topped out for Buildings B and G in Mission Rock, with Building A near the same milestone, and groundbreaking imminent for Building F. As phase one of the project speeds towards completion, more is expected from one of the most prominent projects to complete San Francisco’s decades-long plan to replace surface parking in Mission Bay with a vibrant transit-oriented neighborhood. Mission Rock is being led by Mission Rock Partner, a joint venture with Tishman Speyer and the San Francisco Giants.
Construction work is moving forward at speed for Mission Rock, a dense mixed-use project reshaping 28 acres of former parking along the San Francisco waterfront in Mission Bay. Concrete is in place for the podium for The Canyon to introduce Mission Rock’s first housing across 24 floors. Next to The Canyon, facade installation has started for Visa’s new headquarters, as the financial corporation’s President, Ryan McInerney, recently reaffirmed plans to remain in San Francisco.