Speaking of Tishman Speyer projects, first approved for development in 2010 and “diligently pursuing financing and preparing to start construction” ever since, Tishman is finally ready to start construction on the 350-foot office tower to rise at 222 Second Street at the corner of Howard this summer:
Originally planning to acquire the loading dock of 631 Howard Street and incorporate the area into the tower’s design, the acquisition of the dock fell through and the tower’s footprint has since been modified, a modification which is expected to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week.
The 26-story tower will now yield 430,650 square feet of office space, 2,100 square feet of ground floor retail (down from 5,000 square feet), 8,600 square feet of publicly-accessible open space, and underground parking for 54 cars.
∙ Tishman Teams With China On 201 Folsom And Plans To Start Soon [SocketSite]
∙ 222 Second Street Seeks Certification (And Exceptions) This Week [SocketSite]
∙ The 222 Second Street Scoop (For The Second Time) [SocketSite]