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  #1981  
Old Posted Apr 27, 2017, 5:52 AM
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parcels P23 and P24 are getting much greener... P24 is the southern one (altho in this first shot, the green in the foreground is weeds):





P23 is the one across from the future arena





here's the Uber site



skyline from future bayfront park site

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Old Posted Apr 27, 2017, 8:02 AM
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UCSF should be starting construction on its Precision Cancer Medicine Building on the southwest corner of 16th and 3rd in the next few weeks. ...
so much activity along that stretch of Third by the end of the year!
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so much activity along that stretch of Third by the end of the year!
UCSF is about to be going construction crazy in the area once again...

- Block 33 vision and office building on the southeast corner right across the street from the Precision Cancer Medicine Building is supposed to begin construction in June.

- Minnesota Street housing is planned to begin in August.

- Block 23A neuroscience building across Fourth from the main campus quad starts in September.

- Child and teen psychiatry facility at 3rd and 18th is supposed to start in November.
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Someday Mission Bay is going to be an unparalleled "historic zone" of early 21st century architecture.
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Has anyone heard when they might complete the grass parcels between Mission Bay North and South extending to 7th?
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Kilroy said on earnings call yesterday that The Exchange is being pushed back to second quarter 2018 completion, and they're spending an extra $75 million on the project to make it more appealing to life science companies.

Interestingly, they now say they have no tenants for the project yet. Last October, they were saying they had much of it committed (with SF Business Times saying UCSF was likely taking up to half of the space), but apparently the letters of intent haven't been converted to leases.
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Someday Mission Bay is going to be an unparalleled "historic zone" of early 21st century architecture.


It's funny, because it's true.
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Old Posted Apr 28, 2017, 6:42 PM
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Not sure if this has its own thread--if so I couldn't find it:

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Impact of Giants’ Massive Mission Rock Development Revealed
April 27, 2017

The Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) and refined plans for the San Francisco Giants’ proposed 28-acre Mission Rock project, which is slated to rise up to 240 feet in height on the Port of San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337 (a.k.a. Giants Parking Lot A), have just been released along with a few new renderings and perspectives.

At full build-out, the proposed development will now yield up to 1,600 units of housing; up to 1.6 million square feet of office, retail and commercial space; 3,100 parking spaces (including a new parking garage at the southern end of the project); and 8 acres of new or redeveloped public space/parks, including a redesigned China Basin Park at the northern edge of the site, with a great lawn, play area and new plaza . . . .

If approved, construction is currently projected to begin by the end of the year and be phased through 2023. And a 4,000-seat entertainment venue and hotel are now potential components of the development as well.

In terms of environmental impacts, “an adverse impact related to a substantial increase in transit delays on Third Street between Channel Street and Mission Rock Street;” additional demand on Muni’s 10 Townsend and 30 Stockton lines, which are nearing capacity; and the impact of overlapping construction with other projects in the vicinity over the next six years are projected, but plans to mitigate said impacts have been drawn . . . .





http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2...-revealed.html
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You should make a thread for that one..Mission Rock definitely deserves its own thread.
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Old Posted May 5, 2017, 5:02 AM
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Karl made it all the way to MB this evening... UCSF's work has throttled up a bit it looks like







... and trees have gone in along the sidewalks at the western end of the Commons

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Not many neighborhoods are improved by tagging. Mission Bay may be one.
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Old Posted May 6, 2017, 6:28 PM
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shots of block 1 from yesterday

here you can start to see the red-brickish and mustardy colors that I think the finished low-rise portions of the block will have. this is the Channel St side, with the empty lot for the future hotel in the right foreground



from the corner of Channel and Fourth



and looking up now-framed Channel St. the sky at the far end will someday be filled in by the mysteriously-not-started block 1 hotel and Mission Rock buildings



block 1 seems to be shaping up to be a bland disappointment from the outside, doubly unfortunate for such a visible parcel
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Old Posted May 8, 2017, 4:20 AM
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looks like Mission Rock St between Third and Terry Francois is about ready to open. this is looking west from TF


Last edited by timbad; May 8, 2017 at 5:13 AM. Reason: moving Crane Cove stuff to general thread
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Old Posted May 8, 2017, 4:32 AM
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the Exchange is starting to be noticeable from more vantages as it approaches its full height.

foot of Potrero Hill





Potrero 1010



16th St



17th

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Old Posted May 12, 2017, 6:41 AM
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scaffolding starting to come down on block 1



and, work has definitely resumed on the north side of Channel across from Arden. trees have gone in along the sidewalk there...



... and they've begun work connecting the existing section of Mission Creek Park to it



looking back west to east, I am disappointed how extensive it seems the parking lot is here, on a parcel that has always been green on the schematic maps of the area (similar to the one in front of the yacht club on the bayfront). to my eye, it is more than replacing the spaces being lost in the reconfiguration. trying to reserve full judgement till it's done, but not optimistic.







thought we were going to get more of this

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Old Posted May 15, 2017, 7:13 AM
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UCSF's underground infrastructure work



the Rutter views







parcel P24



random



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Old Posted Today, 5:32 PM
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UCSF should be starting construction on its Precision Cancer Medicine Building on the southwest corner of 16th and 3rd in the next few weeks. When it opens in spring 2019, it will complete phase 1 of the hospital block.

https://www.ucsf.edu/cgr/cgr-project...icine-building
http://space.ucsf.edu/precision-canc...icine-building

sure enough, work has started





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I didn't realize parcel P24 was getting a (half) basketball court



the Rutter views





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