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SAN FRANCISCO Project Rundown: Master List

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I originally posted this in the california forum. I thought you'd all enjoy it here. I collected the information for skyscrapers.com, sfcityscape.com, the San Francisco Chronicle, and other sources. Enjoy!

Under Construction

St. Regis Museum Tower

function: residential, hotel, museum/ cultural institution

height: 484'

floors: 42

architect: SOM

completion: 2005

Renderings:

srg_cr1b_240.jpg

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The Metropolitan I and The Metropolitan II

function: residential

height: 250' and 200'

floors: 27 and 22

architect: Heller-Manus Architects

completion: 2004

Renderings:

IMG_1206a.jpg

ACFAB.jpg

New Federal Building

function: office

height: 234'

floors: 18

architect: Thom Mayne and Morphosis

completion: 2005

Rendering:

mn_fedbldg.jpg

Bryant Street Seawall I and II

function: residential

height: 220'/ 135'

floors: 22/ 13

architect: Moore Ruble Yudell

completion: 2005

Rendering:

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250 King Street Mission Place Tower I and Tower II

function: residential

height: ~160'

floors: 16

architect: SOM

completion: 2003

Rendering:

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* Residents have begun moving into the project and the developers are finishing the landscaping.

UCSF Mission Bay Student Housing

function: residential

height: 155'

floors: 15

architect: SOM (?)

completion: 2005

Rendering:

ucsf_mission_bay_dorms.jpg

199 New Montgomery

function: residential

height: 150'

floors: 16

architect: Heller Manus Architects

completion: 2005

Renderings:

ACF2F.jpg

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Approved

These are the projects that are mostly likely to be constructed in the next few years.

301 Mission Street

function: residential, hotel

height: 625'

floors: 58

architect: Gary Edward Handel + Associates

completion: 2006

Renderings:

301-elev.jpg

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*Site demolition should take place this spring and construction should begin shortly thereafter.

555 Mission Street

function: office

height: 482'

floors: 34

architect: Heller-Manus Architects

completion: ?

Rendering:

KPF555%20Mission.jpgEast1zoom.jpg

*On hold due to high vacancy in Downtown San Francisco.

The Hemisphere

function: residential

height: 475'

floors: 51

architect: Heller Manus Architects

completion: 2006

Rendering:

CenturyFS1lrg.jpgACF6A.jpg

*Site is cleared and construction should begin in May or June of 2004

201 Folsom and 300 Spear Streets

function: residential

height: podium- 80'; 2 400' towers and 2 350' towers

floors: 40, 40, 35, 35

architect: Heller Manus Architects

completion: 2006-2008

Renderings:

ACF7E.jpg

Feature0126_06x.jpg

Feature0126_07x.jpg

ACF80.jpg

* Projects were finally approved on February 3, 2004 by a 10-1 vote at the Board of Supervisors! 1600 units are in the one project.

InterContinental Hotel

function: hotel

height: 320'

floors: 31

architect: Patri Merker Architects

completion: 2006

Rendering:

lb1.jpg

(The rendering does not do the project justice!)

* Project will begin construction this year!

New City Office Building Project

function: office, residential

height: the 14 story tower will rise to 150'; the 21 story tower will rise to 200'; and the 24 story tower will rise to 320'

floors: 3 separate towers rising to 24, 21, and 14 stories

architect: SOM

completion: ?

Rendering:

22_1.jpg

524 Howard Street

function: office

height: 310'

floors: 23

architect: Heller Manus and Robert Frank Architects

completion: ?

Renderings:

524_Howard_St_copy.jpg524Howard_Aeriallrg.jpg

* 524 Howard is on hold as a result of the high office vacancy rate in downtown San Francisco. If entitlements are pulled, another project could move foward. Site is zoned for 450'- 400' (which means >500' with a crown and setbacks).

Exchange Place (350 Bush Street)

function: office

height: 250'

floors: 19

architect: Heller Manus

completion: ?

Rendering:

ExchangebushA.jpg

* (See 524 Howard above)

1146-1160 Mission Street

function: residential

height: 235'

floors: 24

architect: AGI Capital

completion: ?

Renderings:

missionwebready.jpg

* Project was approved by the Board of Supervisors on February 10, 2004.

325 Fremont Street

function: residential

height: 200'

floors: 20

architect: Baum Thornley Architects

completion: ?

Renderings:

available at http://www.btarchitects.com/indexf.html

Bovet Place

function: residential, retail

height: 200'

floors: 17

architect: Donald Macdonald Architects

completion: ?

bov_north_sm.jpg

*Project was approved in 2001, but no work has been done. In all likelyhood, entitlements have been (or will be) pulled and another project can move into site.

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Proposed

One Rincon Hill:

function: residential

height: 550' and 465'

floors: ?

architect: Solomon Cordwell Buenz & Associates

completion: 2007 (?)

Renderings:

One-Rincon-Hill_03.jpg

* these towers are currently being redesigned to reflect the new height of the towers. they were originally designed to be 2 350' towers.

375 Fremont

function: residential

height: 350'

floors: 33

architect: Beverly Prior Architects

completion: ?

Renderings:

(none)

* in all likelyhood, this tower will be eliminated under the plan being floated by the Planning Department. Unfortunately, this tower would sit too close to other towers on Rincon Hill.

1177 Market I, II, III, IV, and V

function: residential, retail

height: 240'

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Incredible. Whats even better is these projects all focus on height, but significant amount impact it will have on its souroundings. The skyscrapers look very nice too.!

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Great job, I love these project and construction threads. San Fransico is one of the few big american cities that I haven't had the chance to get out to visit yet.

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Well, i decided to update this thread. i can't update the original post, and i can't seem to fix the picture links, so i decided to just post an updated list! enjoy!

Under Construction:

Millennium Tower (301 Mission)

645' 58 floors residential architect: Gary Edward Handel

St. Regis Museum Tower

484' 42 floors hotel/residential architect: SOM

300 Spear I

400' 40 floors residential architect: Heller-Manus/Arquitectonica

300 Spear II

350' 35 floors residential architect: Heller-Manus/Arquitectonica

690 Market (renovation/ rehabilitation)

312' 24 floors residential architect: Page & Turnbull

New Federal Building @ 7th and Mission

234' 18 floors office architect: Morphosis

1160 Mission

233' 23 floors residential architect: Architecture International

The Watermark

220' 22 floors residential architect: Moore Ruble Yudell

Avalon at Mission Bay Phase II

170' 17 floors residential architect: GGLO

UCSF Mission Bay Student Housing Hearst Tower

155' 15 floors residential architect: SOM

New De Young Museum (Golden Gate Park)

144' observation architect: Herzog & De Meuron

Symphony Towers I aka 724 Van Ness

121' 13 floors residential architect: Babcock Design Studios

Approved:

One Rincon Hill I

550' 55 floors residential architect: Solomon Cordwell Buenz & Associates

* construction should begin by the end of the year. demolition of the existing bank of america clocktower has begun

One Rincon Hill II

465' 45 floors residential architect: Solomon Cordwell Buenz & Associates

* same as above

555 Mission

482' 34 floors office architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox and Heller Manus

535 Mission

403' 35 floors residential architect: Heller-Manus

201 Folsom I

400' 40 floors residential architect: Heller-Manus

201 Folsom II

350' 35 floors residential architect: Heller-Manus

InterContinental Hotel aka 888 Howard

320' 31 floors hotel architect: Hornberger + Worstell

524 Howard

304' 23 floors office architect: Heller-Manus

Exchange Place aka 350 Bush

250' 19 floors office architect: Heller-Manus

48 Tehama

216' 20 floors office/residential architect: Komorous-Towey Architects

631 Folsom

209' 21 floors residential architect: Gary Edward Handel

325 Fremont

200' 20 floors residential architect: Baum Thornley Architects

Bovet Place

200' 17 floors residential architect: Donald McDonald Architects

10th & Market II

200' 20 floors residential architect: SOM

Signature I

~170' 17 residential architect: Arquitectonica

Fillmore Renaissance

~140' 14 floors residential

10th & Market III

150' 15 floors residential architect: SOM

44 Fourth Street

~120' 12 floors office

949 Market

119' 12 floors residential architect: MBH Architects

Proposed:

Harbor Village Resort I

650' 65 floors residential

Harbor Village Resort II

650' 65 floors residential

Harbor Village Resort III

650' 65 floors residential

340-350 Fremont

400' 40 floors residential

45 Lansing

400' 40 floors residential

California Pacific Medical Center aka 1101 Van Ness

331' 20 medical

375 Fremont

250' 28 floors residential architect: Beverly Prior Architects

399 Fremont

250' 25 floors residential architect: Heller Manus Architects

217 Second

249' 24 floors residential

1177 Market I

240' 24 floors residential architect: Arquitectonica

California Pacific Medical Center Office Building aka 1100 Van Ness

146' 14 floors medical

1177 Market V

120' 12 floors residential architect: Arquitectonica

41 Tehama

20 floors residential

1028 Market

19 floors residential

655 Geary

13 floors residential

1177 Market II

residential architect: Arquitectonica

1177 Market III

residential architect: Arquitectonica

1177 Market IV

residential architect: Arquitectonica

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This is an entitlle project given up for dead (select the current projects and skip the flash intro). The new project is title the Argento (don't make me go back and check the spelling!). It was originally entitled in 2001 but they've finally started demolition on the crap-ass chinese rest. Only problem is the homeless intake center across the street.

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Well, i decided to update this thread. i can't update the original post, and i can't seem to fix the picture links, so i decided to just post an updated list! enjoy!

...well, the design is interesting and I like the three-story sky garden idea that will occupy a notch on the side of the building from the 11th to 13th floors, but can't imagine building aging gracefully...not like the Shell building in the financial district or PacBell Building on New Montgomery. Any idea why it's taking so long to complete construction? I know last winter in (Feb - Mar 06) we had nearly 30 consecutive days of rain, which was kind of depressing (for me). I imagine construction was delayed during that time...

New Federal Building @ 7th and Mission

234' 18 floors office architect: Morphosis

I much prefer the Federal Building between Larkin & Polk on Golden Gate Ave...

In this pic, I just noticed one of the Central Towers (bottom left). Back in 1989 when I worked in Marketing at BofA, I rented a very nice studio in Central Tower on the 8th Floor (only $545 a month at the time)...but when none of my friends would visit because they were afraid of coming to the crime-ridden Tenderloin, I found a new place in Twin Peaks (upper left corner of Emporsis pic...)...CT was my lst apt./studio on my own.

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...I overacted. Now that San Francisco's new state-of-the-eco-art federal building is completed and its workers have started to move into it, I like if after all..

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...I overacted. Now that San Francisco's new state-of-the-eco-art federal building is completed and its workers have started to move into it, I like if after all..

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