Back in 2007, the proposed skyscraper to rise at 181 Fremont street which was designed by HellerManus reached 900 feet and would have yielded around 500,000 square feet of office space below 140 residential condominiums.
Having been waylaid by the market, the project is now making its way back through planning, but the proposed steel framed tower has been downsized to 52 stories reaching 700 feet with a decorative screen reaching to 745 feet and a spire to the 802-foot mark.
As now proposed, the tower would contain 404,000 square feet of office space on floors 3 to 35, 74 condos on floors 38 to 52, and 7,000 square feet of residential amenities and a two-story open air terrace wrapping around the building on level 36 for residents:
A bridge to the elevated City Park atop the future Transit Center extends from floor 5.
And underneath it all, a five-level subterranean garage would provide parking for 200 cars.