The curtain-wall wrapped offices at 555 Mission Street rise to a 487-foot peak, tied as the 34th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built. The downtown project was built between 2006 and 2008 to become the tallest commercial project in the Bay Area in the 2000s. Tishman Speyer was the project developer.
The St. Regis Museum Tower rises 484 feet over Yerba Buena Gardens to be the 36th tallest tower in the Bay Area planned or built. The mixed-use building has added 260 hotel rooms and 102 residential units to the San Francisco housing market in SoMa, along with the Museum for the African Diaspora. Skidmore Owings & Merrill is responsible for the design.
The office allocation application has been filed for the $400 million three-structure development at 610-698 Brannan Street, i.e., the Flower Mart site, in SoMa, San Francisco. The application pertains to over two million square feet of proposed offices divided between the Market Hall, the Blocks Building, and the Gateway Building. San Francisco-based Kilroy Realty is the project developer.
New elevations have been revealed for the proposed 30-story residential tower at 1338-1370 Mission Street in SoMa, San Francisco. While the conceptual illustrations are sparse with the architectural features, they depict a glass tower with interlocking shapes extending from the seven-story podium with articulated facade variations. Malex Holdings is the property owner, with the architecture by SmithGroup.
Strada has filed a preliminary project assessment permit for a 347-foot tall mixed-use tower with affordable housing at 395 3rd Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The application comes as breaking news for a previously unreported project. If approved as is, Strada would add 559 new units to the city’s housing market. According to planning documents, construction is estimated to cost $200 million.