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Old Posted Jun 12, 2017, 6:29 AM
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adding landscaping around the parking lot on Channel (looking west from earlier this week)



yesterday, looking east



there is work going on on parcel P5, the little area between Arden and (think it is still called) Azure, slated to be a dog run, last I heard.



yesterday:



parcel P24 down by the Ramp



block 7W in its summer foliage



the north side of the block



the mews between it and Family House



not much change at the western end of the Commons - streets paved, waiting for final landscaping in the semi-circular parcel that caps the western end



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block 6E starting to make its presence felt, new trailers installed north of the neurosciences building

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Old Posted Jun 18, 2017, 6:18 AM
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the Exchange from the west, looking down 16th St

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timbad, great pictures as usual. Thanks!

Also, I found this rendering of Block 6W. I don't think we've seen it yet.


http://www.fougeron.com/project/missionbay

And for reference, a map showing Block 6W and how it relates to the rest of Mission Bay.
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Old Posted Jun 18, 2017, 8:05 AM
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...I found this rendering of Block 6W. I don't think we've seen it yet....
whoa, nice find! I like the 'hole' in the upper levels.
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Old Posted Jun 18, 2017, 3:16 PM
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timbad, great pictures as usual. Thanks!

Also, I found this rendering of Block 6W. I don't think we've seen it yet.


http://www.fougeron.com/project/missionbay

And for reference, a map showing Block 6W and how it relates to the rest of Mission Bay.
according to your map legend, that's an affordable project, so wow
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according to your map legend, that's an affordable project, so wow
Affordable what? It doesn't look like housing.
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Affordable what? It doesn't look like housing.
the map says it's housing
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(pretty sure all the remaining housing to be built in MB is to be affordable. all market-rate has been built or is finishing up (block 1))
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the map says it's housing
viewguy might just have been being sarcastic, but these details are from 1977's link:

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The mixed-use project is composed of 139 affordable apartments with 3,300 square feet of amenity and community rooms, 9,330 square feet of indoor/outdoor commercial space designated for a child care provider, and 14,840 square feet of outdoor space strategically arranged between multiple terraces and a central courtyard.
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viewguy might just have been being sarcastic, but these details are from 1977's link:
Not at all...I think it's a cool looking building and now realize it's part of a bigger project. This structure, in and of itself, doesn't look like housing.
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Mission bay block 6w

Actually this was one of the proposals by Fourgeon Architects for block 6W low income residential - but it did not win.

Mercy housing was the winning bid. All of the details and the designs can be found here
http://sfocii.org/sites/default/file...21175dMemo.pdf
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Is that all black top in those photos? What are they doing? making a parking lot
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Is that all black top in those photos? What are they doing? making a parking lot
WildCowboy talked about this a while back:

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http://campuslifeservices.ucsf.edu/c...at_mission_bay
http://campuslifeservices.ucsf.edu/f...uction_impacts ...

Some of the other grading and infrastructure going on in that area is for new temporary surface parking lots, which should open in about a month. They'll be closing the current Fourth Street parking lot (Block 23A) at that time in order to start construction on the new neurosciences building.

I believe the new lot for campus users will be on 16A, directly west of the utility plant. Some of the other blocks up there (15-ish) will be used for construction trailers/parking/staging for the neuroscience building project and perhaps the Minnesota Street housing project.

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Yep, parking to replace that being lost for the new neuroscience building, as well as for construction parking/trailers/staging.

In other UCSF news, Block 33 at the southeast corner of 16th and 3rd kicks off next month, with completion targeted for late 2019. UCSF is already working on the cancer building at the the hospital on the southwest corner.

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UCSF has put together an overview of its six construction projects that will be going on simultaneously in Mission Bay/Dogpatch, as well as a Construction Impacts mini-site with details and updates on each project, including some non-UCSF projects.
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