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Old Posted May 24, 2018, 5:36 PM
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I prefer the rounded corner "streamline" look.
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Will this be right next to Parcel F??
https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfranc...-proposed.html
So there would be three towers all right next to each other, two on rather small parcels? Isn't there a separation of towers ordinance?
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^^^Three towers right next to each other? Yep, here it is...
Source: http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2...-revealed.html


This should probably get its own thread soon.
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^^^Three towers right next to each other? Yep, here it is...
Source: http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2...-revealed.html


This should probably get its own thread soon.
What is this? Horrible location. Half the residences will see nothing but brick wall.
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What is this? Horrible location. Half the residences will see nothing but brick wall.
Certainly not a ~brick~ wall. I’m guessing the units will focus upon north (over the park) and south views, including the four prominent corners.
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Certainly not a ~brick~ wall. I’m guessing the units will focus upon north (over the park) and south views, including the four prominent corners.
I agree. That's what architects get paid to deal with. With such a narrow building, it's likely they'll put things like the elevator columns on the most viewless side. In other words, possibly put the "core" not in the usual center of the tower but on that side . . . or deal with the issue in some other way so that the units all get a reasonable view.
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I agree. That's what architects get paid to deal with. With such a narrow building, it's likely they'll put things like the elevator columns on the most viewless side. In other words, possibly put the "core" not in the usual center of the tower but on that side . . . or deal with the issue in some other way so that the units all get a reasonable view.
Hrm... the design itself isn't bad at all.... we'll see. is this approved?
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Hrm... the design itself isn't bad at all.... we'll see. is this approved?
not even a formal planning application yet, just a "preliminary project assessment"
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