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Uber Building Worldwide Headquarters In Mission Bay

Uber Building Worldwide Headquarters In Mission Bay

Uber Technologies has entered into a joint venture with Alexandria Real Estate Equities to acquire and develop two undeveloped Mission Bay parcels at 1455 and 1515 Third Street, adjacent to the Golden State Warriors arena development that’s in the works. Currently owned by Salesforce.com, the last of their Mission Bay holdings, the two parcels are already approved Read More »

Google Expands San Francisco Footprint By Over Fifty Percent

Google Expands San Francisco Footprint By Over Fifty Percent

With an estimated 2,500 employees in the city, behind Salesforce with an estimated 4,000 and ahead of Twitter with an estimated 1,500, Google is the second largest tech employer in San Francisco. And while rumors of Google’s move to secure either the Transbay Tower (now Salesforce Tower) or Salesforce’s Mission Bay parcels (the heart of 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 »

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 »

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 »