Articles Recently Tagged: Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM)

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Parkmerced Redevelopment Plan Prevails

Parkmerced Redevelopment Plan Prevails

Approved by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors by the narrowest of margins three years ago, the redevelopment plan for Parkmerced – which includes the construction of nearly 5,700 net new residences in the southwestern neighborhood – has been tied up in a legal battle since 2011. Last week, California’s 1st District Court of Appeal unanimously ruled in Read More »

Moscone Center’s Redesign Refined

Moscone Center’s Redesign Refined

Responding in part to concerns about the impact of the Moscone Center’s proposed expansion project on the adjacent Children’s Garden, as well as to the impact of the building’s mass along Howard Street, the proposed design for the building by Skidmore Owings & Merrill and Mark Cavagnero Associates has evolved. While the bulk of the Read More »

41 Tehama: Fritzi Sees The City’s 350 Feet And Raises It Another 200

41 Tehama: Fritzi Sees The City’s 350 Feet And Raises It Another 200

At this point it’s simply a proposal. And a proposal that would not only require a significant upzoning of the parcel (currently 220 feet), but an upzoning of the upzoning that’s already in the works (350 feet). But if Fritzi Realty gets its way, a 550-foot residential tower designed by SOM will rise up at Read More »

JustQuotes: The People (And Politics) Behind Buildings And Design

JustQuotes: The People (And Politics) Behind Buildings And Design

The Quote: ADCO is proposing a 38-story, elliptical-shaped glass building with five levels of underground parking. Market-rate condominiums would be built on top of the tennis courts and next door to a residence for seniors. The street that gently slopes downward to the Japantown malls would also undergo major reconstruction, including new condominiums by owner Read More »

Ask (Nicely) And Ye Shall Receive: Cathedral Hill Tower Renderings

Ask (Nicely) And Ye Shall Receive: Cathedral Hill Tower Renderings

J.K. Dineen at the San Francisco Business Times delves deeper into the proposed Cathedral Hill tower to rise at 1481 Post Street and uncovers some coveted renderings. Read More »