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Pinterest Signs Pre-Lease For Entire SoMa Development

Pinterest Signs Pre-Lease For Entire SoMa Development

Pinterest has just inked a pre-lease for the entire 140,000-square-foot building to rise at 505 Brannan, a Central SoMa development which is slated to break ground early next year and be ready for occupancy in 2017. Designed by Heller Manus for TMG Partners, the 505 Brannan Street building will... Read More »

Plans For San Francisco’s Second Tallest Tower Are Taking Shape

Plans For San Francisco’s Second Tallest Tower Are Taking Shape

Beijing-based Oceanwide Holdings has refined their plans for a pair of towers to rise at First and Mission, the tallest of which is designed to reach a height of 910 feet and would become the second tallest building in San Francisco behind the Salesforce Tower, which will rise to a height... Read More »

New Designs For Market-Rate Tenderloin High-Rise

New Designs For Market-Rate Tenderloin High-Rise

While the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation has downsized their plans for an affordable development at Eddy and Taylor, the developers of the proposed market-rate building to rise up to 12-stories on either side of the Metropolis Hotel at the corner of Mason and Turk have increased the density of their... Read More »

Chinese Real Estate Giant Buys Site For Second-Tallest Tower In SF

Chinese Real Estate Giant Buys Site For Second-Tallest Tower In SF

Beijing-based Oceanwide Holdings has inked a deal to purchase the 50 First Street development site and plans for the second-tallest tower to rise over 900 feet in San Francisco for $296 million, nearly 150 percent more than the $122 million that local developer TMG Partners and Northwood Investors paid... Read More »

Designs For Six Stories At Brannan And Fourth

Designs For Six Stories At Brannan And Fourth

The designs for the proposed six-story office building to “rise” at 501-505 Brannan Street will be presented to San Francisco’s Planning Commission for approval next week.  As we wrote about the project last month: Speaking of development along San Francisco’s emergent Fourth Street Transit spine, while the City’s Central SoMa... Read More »

New Designs For Dogpatch Development Along Third

New Designs For Dogpatch Development Along Third

Built in 1917, the former bank building which last housed ProCamera on the northwest corner of Third and 20th Streets is slated to be razed to make way for a six-story building with around 70 apartments over parking for 49 cars and 1,800 square feet of retail space on... Read More »

50 First Street Wow Factor Extends Beyond Its Height

50 First Street Wow Factor Extends Beyond Its Height

If the sheer height of the 910-foot tower that’s proposed to rise at 50 First Street doesn’t wow you, the tower’s elevated first floor and open-air plaza beneath surely will. From John King with respect to the “gasp-inducing” design: The lead architect for the project is Foster + Partners, the... Read More »

Designs For 910-Foot Foster + Partners Tower Submitted To Planning

Designs For 910-Foot Foster + Partners Tower Submitted To Planning

The preliminary designs for two towers designed by Foster + Partners and Heller Manus Architects which could rise up to 910 feet in height at the corner of First and Mission have been submitted to Planning for Environmental Review. As we first reported last year, TMG Partners’ proposed 50 First... Read More »

Plans For Twelve-Story Tenderloin Development Move Ahead

Plans For Twelve-Story Tenderloin Development Move Ahead

While SB Architects appears to have replaced Heller Manus as the architects of record, the plans for a 12-story building with a mix of market-rate residential units over ground floor retail to rise on either side of the Metropolis Hotel on the corner of Mason and Turk in the Tenderloin... Read More »

Long-Vacant Downtown Lot Ready For (Downsized) Development

Long-Vacant Downtown Lot Ready For (Downsized) Development

Zoned for development up to 300-feet in height, a 30-story hotel was proposed to rise on the northwest corner of Pine and Kearny in 1981. In 1982, the proposal was changed to a 26-story office building, a proposal which was never approved for the 500 Pine Street parcel upon... Read More »