With the 1,070 foot tall Tansbay Tower having been approved to rise at 101 First Street, and Hines having partnered with Boston Properties to purchase the site and finance the tower’s construction, the likely groundbreaking for the project has been pushed back from late 2013 to sometime in 2014 with occupancy in 2017.
No word on whether Sue Hestor’s Save Our Parks Sunlight Coalition or San Franciscans for Reasonable Growth plan to appeal Planning’s approval of the project, or will otherwise attempt to delay the development, but we would be surprised if not.
∙ Financial Partner Secured To Build San Francisco’s Transbay Tower [SocketSite]
∙ Proposed 1,070-Foot Transbay Tower Approved To Rise [SocketSite]
∙ Sue Hestor Seeks To Stop Transit Center Tower Development Short [SocketSite]