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Museum of Performance & Design: Familiarity With The Corner/Design

Museum of Performance & Design: Familiarity With The Corner/Design

If the corner of Third and Folsom sounds familiar, it should (and plugged-in people know it’s changing). And if the proposed Mark Dziewulski design for a new Museum of Performance & Design on that corner looks familiar, it should. Of course that’s assuming you’re familiar with Mark Dziewulski Architect’s... Read More »

Google Misses Earnings But Extends Their Hills Plaza Lease

Google might have missed their earnings yesterday, but they also renewed their Hills Plaza lease (through 2015). They’re obviously not going anywhere, but might this be a hint as to plans for local headcount growth (or not) over the next several (if not seven) years? ∙ Google Declines as... Read More »

350 Mission Street Scoop: A Plugged-In Tipster Delivers The Rendering

350 Mission Street Scoop: A Plugged-In Tipster Delivers The Rendering

A plugged-in tipster delivers a rendering of the SOM/Craig Hartman design to compliment the scoop on 350 Mission Street, a 27-story green tower that’s in the works for the corner of Mission and Fremont. We’re loving the openness of the triple-height lobby. And once again, it’s something to keep... Read More »

Speaking Of Green, Commercial, And New Towers: 350 Mission Street

Speaking Of Green, Commercial, And New Towers: 350 Mission Street

And speaking of Green, commercial and new development (although this time on this side of the bay), from J.K. Dineen: In the latest sign that Mission Street continues to thrive despite the economic downturn, GLL Development & Management is pushing forward with a 27-story tower at 350 Mission St,... Read More »

Green Building Over In Oakland And Over BART (1100 Broadway)

Green Building Over In Oakland And Over BART (1100 Broadway)

It’s across the bay (Oakland) and it’s not residential (commercial), but we’re suckers for “Green” buildings (no, not the color) and interesting animations. When complete, 1100 Broadway will rise 20-stories over the 12th Street/City Center Bart Station, will renovate and incorporate the historic Key System Building next door (without... Read More »

Incentives In San Francisco: They’re Not Just For Condos Anymore

According to J.K. Dineen, half a million square feet of unneeded office space in San Francisco has returned to the market over the past few months. And if you’re trying to time the market with respect to a move, the next 18-24 might be a good time to act.... Read More »

From Sand Hill To San Francisco: The Reverse VC Commute Continues

“Menlo Park-based Sequoia Capital, one of Silicon Valley’s most successful venture capital firms, has agreed to lease the top floor of the office tower Tishman Speyer is building at 555 Mission St.….If completed, the deal would be the third major tenant Tishman has landed at 555 Mission St. at... Read More »

535 Mission Update: Parking Lot Closed And About To Break Ground?

535 Mission Update: Parking Lot Closed And About To Break Ground?

From a plugged-in reader: I was reading the forum over at skyscraperpage.com and it seems that 535 Mission is preparing to break ground. The parking lot is now closed and a few workers were on site. Can anyone confirm? Photo is courtesy of Downtown Dave at Skyscraperpage.com…. In other... Read More »

Proposed Piano Parcels (Including 50 First Street) On The Market

We blew it. Early last month a tipster alerted us to the fact that 50 First Street had hit the market and we briefly published the following: According to a plugged-in tipster, 50 First Street has been put on the market with CBRE. If that location sounds familiar (the... Read More »

Keller Williams HQ For Sale (1500 Franklin), Franchise To Follow Suit?

Keller Williams HQ For Sale (1500 Franklin), Franchise To Follow Suit?

The for sale signs have been hung on 1500 Franklin, home to Keller Williams Realty in San Francisco. And if our tipster is correct, the franchise (in San Francisco) is soon to follow suit (if it hasn’t already). Read More »