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Uber Abruptly Changes Direction For Mission Bay HQ

Uber Abruptly Changes Direction For Mission Bay HQ

As we first reported a few weeks ago, the design of Uber’s worldwide headquarters to rise in San Francisco’s Mission Bay is off to a bit of a rocky start, with a conflict between Uber’s team and a Principal at Gensler having caused a shake-up within the architecture firm’s... Read More »

Tech Space On Former Cemetery And UCSF Campus Site?

Tech Space On Former Cemetery And UCSF Campus Site?

Up until the early 1940s, the parcel upon which UCSF’s current 10-acre Laurel Heights campus was built was part of the Laurel Hill Cemetery.  Transferred to the San Francisco Unified School District, the Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company purchased the property from the SFUSD in 1953 and built its corporate... Read More »

Uber Campus Kerfuffle And Rendering Scoop

Uber Campus Kerfuffle And Rendering Scoop

The design of Uber’s worldwide headquarters to rise in San Francisco’s Mission Bay is off to a rocky start. According to a plugged-in insider who delivered the rendering and behind the scenes scoop, a conflict between Uber’s team and a Principal at Gensler has caused a shake-up within the... Read More »

Google’s BIG Plans For A High-Tech Canopied Campus

Google’s BIG Plans For A High-Tech Canopied Campus

Google’s plans for a new high-tech Mountain View campus total over 3.4 million square feet, with a series of canopied structures rising across 60 acres on four North Bayshore sites (the 18-acre Landings; a 7.5 acre parcel on Huff Avenue; a 22-acre block at Charleston and Joaquin; and 12.5... Read More »

Google Rebooting Plans For New Mountain View Campus

Google Rebooting Plans For New Mountain View Campus

Having put their plans for a 1.1 million square foot Bayview Campus designed by NBBJ on hold back in 2013, Google is reportedly preparing to submit plans for a new campus, “a series of canopylike buildings” designed by Heatherwick Studio and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), to the city of... Read More »

Planning Rules In Favor Of Modern Mission Bay Development

Planning Rules In Favor Of Modern Mission Bay Development

Having been completely redesigned by Los Angeles-based Rios Clementi Hale Studios, Kilroy Realty’s “Exchange on 16th,” a 700,000-square-foot office and retail development to rise at 16th and Owens on Mission Bay Block 40, was at risk of having to be re-approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission. But in consultation... Read More »

Proposed SF Innovation Campus Slated For Approval

Proposed SF Innovation Campus Slated For Approval

The plan for a proposed 427,000-square-foot ‘innovation campus’ to rise at the base of Potrero Hill – the Hundred Hooper development we first revealed a few weeks ago – is slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission tomorrow.  And it’s a development which could not have been approved just seven... Read More »

Revealed: Hundred Hooper Innovation Campus Design

Revealed: Hundred Hooper Innovation Campus Design

A plugged-in tipster delivers the latest renderings for the proposed 427,000-square-foot ‘innovation campus’ to rise at 100 Hooper Street, adjacent to the California College of Arts. Dubbed ‘Hundred Hooper’ and designed by Pfau Long Architecture, the development aims to become “the New Address of Technology, Innovation, and Craft,” with... Read More »

Plans For 3-Acre Innovation Campus Near Potrero Hill

Plans For 3-Acre Innovation Campus Near Potrero Hill

The plans for a 427,000-square-foot “innovation campus” to be constructed across 3.3 acres at 100 Hooper Street, with three four-story buildings rising up to 58-feet in height on the site which is currently home to the San Francisco Mini Storage and truck rental business, could be approved by San... Read More »

Bay Meadows Office Development Breaking Ground

Bay Meadows Office Development Breaking Ground

One of the largest new office developments on the San Francisco Peninsula, the future Bay Meadows Station office complex will be comprised of five buildings with a total of 763,000 square feet of office and retail space along Delaware Street, adjacent to the Hillsdale Caltrain Station in San Mateo.... Read More »

Another Barrier To Pinterest’s Move Is Being Raised

Another Barrier To Pinterest’s Move Is Being Raised

Another barrier which could prevent Pinterest from ever moving into the San Francisco Design Center is close to being raised.  And it’s a barrier which could affect plenty of other tech companies and area landlords as well. In addition to the proposed Planning Code amendment which would substantially limit... Read More »

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... 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... Read More »

Massive 31-Acre Tech Campus In San Jose Approved, But For Whom?

Massive 31-Acre Tech Campus In San Jose Approved, But For Whom?

A ten-building tech campus with over 2 million square feet of office space and room for 10,000 employees has been approved to rise on a 31-acre parcel in North San Jose, bordering Highway 101 along Brokaw Road, a half mile from the San Jose airport. While developer Peery-Arrillaga says... Read More »

Google Owns Over 10% Of Mountain View And Plans To Expand

Google Owns Over 10% Of Mountain View And Plans To Expand

Including 42 acres upon which Google has proposed to build a 1.2 million square foot Bay View campus (click to enlarge), Google now controls 250 parcels in Mountain View and owns over ten percent of the city’s taxable property, all of which The Verge has mapped. Google’s stated plans... Read More »