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One Oak’s Iconic Skylounge And “Cuts” Up Close

One Oak’s Iconic Skylounge And “Cuts” Up Close

High above the proposed plaza to transform the intersection of Market and Van Ness, the “skylounge” on the 28th floor of the proposed One Oak tower would offer some rather spectacular views for the building’s residents and guests, as would the private balcony for the Grand Penthouse A on... Read More »

First Peek At Plaza Which Could Transform Market At Van Ness

First Peek At Plaza Which Could Transform Market At Van Ness

A plugged-in source delivers the first detailed rendering and description of the 19,000-square-foot public plaza which could transform the intersection of Market and Van Ness, at the base of the proposed 39-story tower dubbed One Oak (formerly One Van Ness), where the stubby All Star Cafe currently sits. From... Read More »

One Van Ness Take Two

One Van Ness Take Two

Build Inc. has filed their new designs for a proposed 435-foot-tall residential tower to rise on the northwest corner of Market Street and Van Ness Avenue, a prominent development previously dubbed “One Van Ness” but now known as One Oak. While Snøhetta grabbed headlines for having replaced Richard Meier... Read More »

Warriors Arena Redesigned, Rendered And Revealed!

Warriors Arena Redesigned, Rendered And Revealed!

As we first reported last month, the Golden State Warriors proposed Mission Bay Arena has been redesigned to flush-away the snarky “toilet” commentary the earlier design evoked.  And for the first time, the proposed arena and adjacent five-and-a-half-acre Bayfront Park which will accompany the development have been rendered in full. Under the... Read More »

Warriors Arena Redesigned, Enough To Quell Toilet Snark?

Warriors Arena Redesigned, Enough To Quell Toilet Snark?

It hasn’t yet been officially released nor distributed, but the conceptual design for the Golden State Warriors proposed arena to rise in Mission Bay has been revised, perhaps in part to flush the snarky commentary the earlier plan evoked. The most noticeable change to the design, as newly outlined above,... Read More »

All Star Cafe Doomed, New Architect For Prominent 400-Foot Tower

All Star Cafe Doomed, New Architect For Prominent 400-Foot Tower

A 400-foot tower which was tentatively dubbed “One Van Ness” is still proposed to rise on the northwest corner of Market and Van Ness, but as a plugged-in reader noted last week on our piece about an adjacent project in the works, it’s no longer Richard Meier’s design which will rise... Read More »

Warriors Mission Bay Arena Design: Another Perspective

Warriors Mission Bay Arena Design: Another Perspective

The sketches for the Golden State Warriors proposed Arena project in Mission Bay provide a few more perspectives on the development’s concept design, highlighting a Bayfront Terrace over the Market Hall on the northeast corner of the site, as sketched above, and the arena’s Southeast Plaza at Terry Francois... Read More »

Designs For Warriors’ Mission Bay Arena Revealed!

Designs For Warriors’ Mission Bay Arena Revealed!

Having unveiled the site plans for the Golden State Warriors’ proposed 12-acre sports and entertainment center to rise in Mission Bay last month, we now have the concept designs for the development to share. As designed by Snohetta, the 18,000-seat arena is sited on the eastern portion of the... Read More »

New Presidio Parklands Project: The Five Presentations In Full

New Presidio Parklands Project: The Five Presentations In Full

The detailed presentation books for all five conceptual designs and proposed plans for the Presidio Parklands Project, the 13-acre project to re-connect the Presidio’s historic core with Crissy Field, are now online. Direct links to the presentations: “Presidio Point” Presentation (James Corner Field Operations) “YoUr Gateway Park” Presentation (Olin) “Arcs and... Read More »

Presidio Parklands Project: The Five Pitches And Points For Each

Presidio Parklands Project: The Five Pitches And Points For Each

The five conceptual plans for the 13-acre project to connect the Presidio’s historic core with Crissy Field for the first time in over eighty years will be presented in their entirety today, a sneak peek at which we first published last week. And along with a few more renderings,... Read More »