Developers have applied for the variance application required for demolition at 570 Market Street, in San Francisco’s Financial District. A two-story retail build on-site will be cleared for a 29-story infill hotel tower with 240 guest rooms. The request comes after a shadow study submitted in early May. The Frontier Group is the project developer.
A project review meeting has been requested to consider plans to convert office space to senior housing at 369 Broadway on the northern edge of San Francisco’s Financial District. The project would convert 8,770 square feet into 21 studio dwelling units for senior housing. North East Medical Services, or NEMS, is responsible for the development.
The 25th tallest skyscraper in San Francisco planned or built is One Front Street. The distinctive Shell-Haus-inspired office tower opened in the Financial District in 1979 between Battery and Market Street. One Front Street, formerly known as Shaklee Terraces, rises 538 feet tall above street level with design by Skidmore Owings & Merrill.
One Post Street is tied as the 26th tallest building in the Bay Area, planned or built. The office tower stands 529 feet above street level in the San Francisco Financial District. The tower had been home to the McKesson Corporation Global Headquarters before the firm moved to Texas in 2019. Brookfield Properties is the building owner, with leasing managed by JLL.
Applications were submitted seeking the approval of constructing a new hotel at 530 Sansome Street in Financial District, San Francisco. An alternate proposal has been submitted that suggests building housing instead of the hotel. Related California is the project developer. The project is designed by the San Francisco office of architecture firm, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM).