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Old Posted Oct 7, 2017, 12:04 AM
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^^No doubt Art Agnos will file an appeal. SOMEBODY will.
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Old Posted Oct 7, 2017, 12:23 AM
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^It appears you didn't read the article.

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“This is the new gold standard for San Francisco development,” said former San Francisco Mayor Art Agnos, who is often critical of development. “And if (other developers) say they can’t match this, tell them to wait until they can.”
http://www.sfgate.com/realestate/art...e-12257284.php
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Old Posted Oct 7, 2017, 4:08 AM
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I know these are massing and placeholder designs, but Mission Rock looks good from AT&T:

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Old Posted Oct 8, 2017, 7:19 AM
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so nice to see some movement on Mission Rock.

elsewhere around the horn...

block 1 taking its place at the intersection of Fourth and Channel



the dog run between Arden and Azure coming along slowly





block 6 growing on Fourth St



UCSF student housing, northern parcel



southern



the Exchange



Warriors' arena solidly peeks - maybe glowers - above sidewalk level now



slightly different angle of three corners



'classic' view



UCSF block 23 not much going on at the moment



Uber, looking north down Third St



a look at the site of the new temporary childcare center at UCSF



and, the regular Rutter views





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[IMG]Mission Bay by viewguysf, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Old Posted Oct 8, 2017, 6:13 PM
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nice shot - from that perspective, it looks like you could quickly swim to Alameda from UCSF if you wanted. cool that Mt Diablo makes such a clear appearance too
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Old Posted Oct 11, 2017, 12:47 AM
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Big news for Mission Bay and SF in general:

Dropbox taking entire building in Mission Bay — biggest lease in city history

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File-sharing giant Dropbox has signed the biggest lease in San Francisco history, an agreement for 736,000 square feet, the entirety of a new office complex under construction in the southwest corner of Mission Bay.
http://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/a...y-12267749.php
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Quite the bombshell.

Still really wish they'd been able to figure out a way to keep Mission Bay more restricted to biotech that would have better synergies with UCSF, but fascinating to see some of these tech companies gobbling up space in Mission Bay as even the SOMA building boom in their traditional domain hasn't been able to keep up.
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Old Posted Oct 12, 2017, 2:06 AM
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^^The building:


https://sf.curbed.com/2017/10/11/164...se-mission-bay

But I must say I find Mission Bay a confusing warren of development and have no idea where this building actually is. Perhaps if somebody has a postable map handy and a way to point it out?
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Old Posted Oct 12, 2017, 4:37 AM
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Pedestrian, it's just east of 280 at 16th street

You can see it on the webcam or here on Google Maps - the dirt lot that's no longer a dirt lot.
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Old Posted Oct 23, 2017, 11:41 PM
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Long-stalled Mission Bay Marriott hotel kicked back into gear

By Katie Burke – Food/Hospitality/Retail Reporter, San Francisco Business Times
Oct 23, 2017, 1:25pm PDT Updated 3 hours ago
The 250-room Mission Bay hotel was originally scheduled to be open by now, but after hitting the pause button, developers are finally moving ahead.

San Francisco-based Stanford Hotel's Marriott (NASDAQ: MAR) San Francisco SoMA Hotel is now working to get additional building permits . . . . The project was initially slated to be delivered in 2016, but an associate with the developer said the Marriott is now expected to be completed in 2019.

City permits filed a couple of years ago show the project is estimated to cost nearly $64 million, although that figure could have risen since then.

The team for the 16-story project includes local architecture firm Hornberger + Worstell as well as McCarthy Building Co. as the general contractor. It will be the first hotel in the southern side of Mission Bay. Hotel Via, in the northern portion of Mission Bay, was completed this past summer . . . .

Mark Hornberger of Hornberger + Worstell previously told the San Francisco Business Times that the future Marriott will include a "community living room" on the ground floor — a 700-square-foot public space where people can "come in and have coffee and enjoy artwork." There will be also be another public space at the rooftop of the hotel, which will include a glass-enclosed rooftop bar and cafe area, as well as a paved, uncovered space . . . .

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Old Posted Oct 23, 2017, 11:43 PM
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^^Previously I recall some discussion about a park on the south side of the channel to match the one on the north side and what's already been done to the west, but if my geography is right--judging by the published photo with equipment present--this means the hotel is going right next to the water at the corner of Third. No?
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^^Previously I recall some discussion about a park on the south side of the channel to match the one on the north side and what's already been done to the west, but if my geography is right--judging by the published photo with equipment present--this means the hotel is going right next to the water at the corner of Third. No?
No, that photo is a couple years old, at least.

The hotel is going in on 3rd and Channel. The corner next to the water is no longer empty, and is now occupied by a 15 story building...construction was completed around a year ago.
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Ten Mission Bay cranes, with their enormous cousins across the bay at the Port of Oakland

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Night falls upon the cranes, downtown Oakland, and Mt. Diablo

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Old Posted Nov 27, 2017, 5:18 AM
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Cranes in Mission Bay
by Tony Perrie, on Flickr



A room with a view
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And where is timbad? Missing your updates.

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Old Posted Nov 27, 2017, 6:09 AM
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And where is timbad? Missing your updates.
I've been wondering about our MVP (most valuable poster) myself. He's still lurking, I think. I hope all is well with him and he starts posting again soon.
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Old Posted Dec 4, 2017, 5:25 PM
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Some aerials from 12/1. Also posted on the Golden State Warriors Arena thread.



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Old Posted Dec 9, 2017, 6:10 AM
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I've got some distractions keeping me busy away from the forum, so I may not be posting as much or as often for a while. these, tho, are from last weekend...

not much change at the western end of the Commons, except that block 6E is making more of an appearance



Rutter views







specifically the new temporary childcare facility



UCSF housing in Dogpatch, southern parcel



northern parcel



my version of the Crazy Cranes shot



they might be getting ready to finally put in the sidewalks on the west side of Terry Francois along the park parcels which have been otherwise finished for months now



Oober



Oober and Third St



Three Corners



SW corner specifically



not too much going on yet on UCSF block 23





block 6E looks like it's at full height



can't really tell from this shot, but they hammered what I presume were test piles a few weeks ago on block 3E



block 1, Channel side

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Old Posted Dec 10, 2017, 8:11 PM
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in some of these from yesterday, by comparison with the last set of pics you can see how much gets done in a week

Uber



hazy (smoke from So Cal) Three Corners



Rutter views







the extension of Nelson Rising Lane to Owens is taking shape

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