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^^I guess they are waiting to fix the upside down panel until the final "punch list".
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Old Posted Sep 10, 2019, 7:59 AM
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It's honestly a nice fill when looking from City Scape
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I think it would be great when completed
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09/22/2019

From my apartment view in the Civic Center the building is now higher than the "jukebox".

Construction of 706 Mission Street
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2019, 8:49 PM
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View from the Leatherneck Restaurant

Some nice views from the restaurant on the 12 floor which I had not been to before. 706 Mission St. is in the center of the photo.

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^^I never knew there was a restaurant there (Marines Memorial Club) open to the public. I've been to a "Dining In" (formal assembly/meal of a unit's officers) there but it seems to me it was on a lower floor.
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^^I never knew there was a restaurant there (Marines Memorial Club) open to the public. I've been to a "Dining In" (formal assembly/meal of a unit's officers) there but it seems to me it was on a lower floor.
I made a reservation on Open Table. Window seats are first come basis. Go for a late lunch to be certain of a window table. Food is decent. A skylight brings in a lot of sunlight. On the top floor which is the 12th.
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what a stately, elegant foreground there
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what a stately, elegant foreground there
Im glad SF has enough of a stock of classic buildings to offset all of the contemporary architecture...
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Im glad SF has enough of a stock of classic buildings to offset all of the contemporary architecture...
Same here honestly
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