101 California Street is tied with two other buildings as the 13th tallest skyscraper in the Bay Area planned or built. The 600-foot office building was complete in the Financial District in 1982 as the third tallest building in the San Francisco skyline. Its round and glassy exterior with a geometric atrium base is an iconic design by the influential architects, Philip Johnson and John Burgee. Hines and the Singaporean Sovereign Wealth Fund are joint property owners.
A study session to review a proposed Final Development Plan (FDP) of the Marketplace Redevelopment in Emeryville is scheduled today. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use transit hub with residential and retail space. Plans also call for the construction of two buildings offering space for Research and Development. Heller Manus Architects is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
New renderings have been published along with the release of the public review draft for 972 Elm Street, a residential villas project located just south of the Mineta San Jose International Airport. The project would increase the site density from a single-family unit to eight townhomes across the 0.44-acre site. Fahed Hbayeb Planning and Design is responsible for the project design.
The San Francisco planning commission is scheduled to vote tomorrow on office floor space authorization for the Flower Mart redevelopment plan at 610-698 Brannan Street in SoMa. The full-block project is expected to completely reshape the property with over two million square feet of new floor area with offices, retail, and POPOS. Kilroy Realty is the owner and project developer.
A visit by SFYIMBY has documented construction is humming along with four structures topped out in Gateway at Millbrae, San Mateo County. The project is a transit-oriented mixed-use project that includes market-rate and affordable housing, a Marriott hotel, retail, and office space next to the Millbrae BART and Caltrain Station. Republic Family of Companies is responsible for the projected $401 million development.