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Warriors Don’t Trade Design Team, Add Two Towers To Arena Plan

Warriors Don’t Trade Design Team, Add Two Towers To Arena Plan

Snohetta and Manica Architecture will remain the design team for the Golden State Warriors’ Arena in Mission Bay.  And while the Warriors remain focused on opening the arena in time for the 2018 season, they are adding two 120-foot-tall towers with 500,000 square feet of office space along Third Street to their plans, according to the Business Read More »

S.F. Railyard And I-280 Redevelopment Study Moves Ahead

S.F. Railyard And I-280 Redevelopment Study Moves Ahead

The second phase of the Planning Department’s study to explore the potential for redeveloping San Francisco’s 20-acre Caltrain Depot at 4th and King Streets, connecting rail to the Transbay Center (and possibly the East Bay), and re-configuring the terminus of I-280 in the city has been funded. The first phase of the study, assessing the technical feasibility of any redevelopment, Read More »

Building Out Mission Bay: The One Unknown

Building Out Mission Bay: The One Unknown

With Mission Bay Block 40 having been sold to Kilroy Realty with approved plans for an urban campus to rise on the site, the only remaining undeveloped parcels in Mission Bay for which the plans are currently unknown are the remnant portion of Salesforce.com’s holdings, two partial blocks which haven’t been sold to the Golden Read More »

Urban Campus For Millennials To Rise In Mission Bay

Urban Campus For Millennials To Rise In Mission Bay

Kilroy Realty has purchased the 3.1-acre Mission Bay Block 40 parcel which sits just south of 16th Street and east of Interstate 280 and will invest $450 million, including the $95 million land purchase, to build a 680,000 square foot urban campus on the site, the early plans for which we first revealed early last year. The Read More »

Hope And Timing For Fire-Damaged Mission Bay Development

Hope And Timing For Fire-Damaged Mission Bay Development

All the repercussions of the fire that destroyed the six-story Mission Bay Block 5 development this past March are still unknown, including whether or not the concrete podium of the building which remains standing will need to be torn down (testing is underway). What is known, however, is that that the city and developer (now Read More »

SF Railyard Redevelopment And I-280 Terminus Update/Timing

SF Railyard Redevelopment And I-280 Terminus Update/Timing

The contract to study the feasibility and alternatives for redeveloping San Francisco’s 20-acre Caltrain Depot at 4th and King Streets, connecting rail to the Transbay Center (and possibly the East Bay), and reconfiguring the terminus of I-280 in the city is slated to start this month. The first phase of the project (Visioning, Concept Development Read More »

The Warriors San Francisco Sports And Entertainment Center Plan

The Warriors San Francisco Sports And Entertainment Center Plan

While the Golden State Warriors have yet to announce their specific plans for the San Francisco Sports and Entertainment Center to be built on 12 acres of land bounded by 3rd, 16th and South Streets, and Terry Francois Boulevard to the east, the basic elements of their Piers 30-32 plan remain in effect: the arena Read More »

Mission Bay 360 Building A Complete Loss, Setback For Fourth Street

Mission Bay 360 Building A Complete Loss, Setback For Fourth Street

The five-alarm fire that consumed half of the MB360 development in South Mission Bay was contained to the 170-unit building under construction along Fourth Street at the intersection of China Basin, a building which was slated to open its doors mid-year. The Mission Bay Block 5 building continues to smolder this morning and will be Read More »

Mission Bay 360 Building Is On Fire, Quite Literally

Mission Bay 360 Building Is On Fire, Quite Literally

Half of BRE Properties’ Mission Bay 360 project under construction at Fourth and China Basin has been on fire since 5pm with firefighters trying to contain the five-alarm fire to the 170-unit building on Mission Bay Block 5 which is expected to be a complete loss. The second-half of the of the Mission Bay 360 Read More »

Salesforce Ready To Sell Two Mission Bay Parcels, And Not To Google

Salesforce Ready To Sell Two Mission Bay Parcels, And Not To Google

As we originally reported when Salesforce acquired 14 acres in South Mission Bay with the intention of building a nearly 2 million square-foot urban campus in San Francisco: Two of the acquired lots are directly across the street from UCSF’s new Mission Bay Medical Center which is now under construction, thanks in large part to Read More »

Tweaks To Activate Mission Rock’s Streets And Neighborhood

Tweaks To Activate Mission Rock’s Streets And Neighborhood

As we noted yesterday when we first reported the accelerated timing for the Giants’ proposed Mission Rock development upon their Parking Lot A and adjacent Pier 48, while the development’s 2,300 space parking garage had originally been designed to abut Third Street at the southern edge of the site, a narrow building is now proposed Read More »

The Designs For Mission Bay Block 40 On The Border Of Potrero Hill

The Designs For Mission Bay Block 40 On The Border Of Potrero Hill

The undeveloped Mission Bay Block 40 sits in the southwest corner of the Mission Bay Redevelopment Area, south of 16th Street and east of Interstate 280 on the border of Potrero Hill. And upon Block 40, a 995,000 square foot office complex composed of two “campuses” is proposed to rise (click any of the renderings Read More »

The Arterra: “Clean Design, Pure Living” At 300 Berry Street

The Arterra: “Clean Design, Pure Living” At 300 Berry Street

The Arterra, a 268-unit ‘Green’ condo development, has broken ground at 300 Berry Street. Developed by Intracorp San Francisco (also developing The Hayes) and architected by Kwan Henmi, the Arterra is marketed as “clean design, pure living,” and billed as a “pioneering green building of sophisticated design.” The three-level complex will be the first San Read More »