If you already have opinions about the design for 50 Main Street in San Francisco, prepare to reconsider. New renderings have been published for the Foster + Partners-designed project, giving us our best look yet at the tallest proposal for the city since the Salesforce Tower. Along with the supertall, detailed illustrations provide a new perspective for The City Grove, formerly the Atlas, a massive investment for the downtown neighborhood by Hines.
New renderings have been revealed for 200 Mission Street and the Historic Market Complex, the office components for the City Grove, formerly the Atlas campus, in SoMa, San Francisco. The master plan, led by Hines and which features the second supertall proposed for the city, will breathe new life into the three buildings.
New detailed renderings have been revealed for the residential skyscraper at 620 Folsom Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The 62-story plans also disclose a significant increase in height and two hundred more homes than initially proposed. Designed by Arquitectonica, the crowning five-story feature will be what we at YIMBY have already labeled “The Cube.”
The City of San Francisco planning department has published its preliminary project assessment for 1401 Folsom Street, establishing that it is generally consistent with the area plan while pointing to a few points to readjust. The project is a seven-story residential infill in the SoMa at the corner of Folsom and 10th street, five blocks from the Civic Center BART Station. RG-Architecture is responsible for the application.
Construction work has officially started for 600 7th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project, named 7th and Brannan, has replaced a former surface parking lot and will open the eight-story affordable housing complex with units for formerly homeless adults and families by 2024. Mercy Housing is the project developer.