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Old Posted Apr 3, 2015, 6:32 PM
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SAN FRANCISCO | 636 4TH St. | 350+ FT / 107+ M


Image © Solomon Cordwell Buenz

Architect: Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Use: Residential (427 units, 3,100 sq. ft. retail, 119 car parking)

"A family trust that owns the 4th and Brannan Streets parcel wants to knock down two small buildings holding a liquor store and coffee shop to build a 350-foot residential tower with 427 units."

http://www.bizjournals.com/sanfranci...r-solbach.html
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Old Posted Apr 24, 2016, 4:47 AM
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somewhat randomly and out of the blue here...

I thought the fact that the 'liquor store' on the site (K & L Wine Merchants) had recently vacated its building was a sign of movement here, but the coffee shop is still there, and there is a new sign advertising retail lease space presumably for the wineshop location, so I suppose not.

btw, the back of the brick building that housed that wineshop looks to me like something out of the late 19th century. (not the lower, newer cinderblock addition behind it)

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Old Posted Feb 8, 2018, 5:54 AM
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hard to believe, movement on this one.

Fourth St is going to feel strange with even this tall of a building on it, but we better get used to it

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Old Posted Feb 8, 2018, 6:49 PM
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I like it. Would've been better at 350 ft, but I'm glad that they're finally starting to build towers south of 80.
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Old Posted Feb 8, 2018, 9:27 PM
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I like it. Would've been better at 350 ft, but I'm glad that they're finally starting to build towers south of 80.
Totally agree. Can't wait for this to break ground!
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I like it. Would've been better at 350 ft, but I'm glad that they're finally starting to build towers south of 80.
Agree. I've always thought the skyline looked peculiar with the sharp high rise cutoff at 80.
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Old Posted Feb 11, 2018, 8:43 PM
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hard to believe, movement on this one.

Fourth St is going to feel strange with even this tall of a building on it, but we better get used to it

250 feet is not significantly different than the buildings around the Caltrain station.
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250 feet is not significantly different than the buildings around the Caltrain station.
How tall are they just out of curiosity?
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How tall are they just out of curiosity?
This project for 833,000 sq ft of office, about a block away from both the CalTrain tracks and the 4th St project is 225 ft:


http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2...-revealed.html

You can see the tracks in this aerial photo:


http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2...-expected.html

And this residential proposal for the corner site right across from the station at 4th & Townsend (same block of 4th St., opposite side of the street) is 420 ft:


http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2...-revealed.html
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Old Posted Feb 11, 2018, 11:35 PM
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This project for 833,000 sq ft of office, about a block away from both the CalTrain tracks and the 4th St project is 225 ft
Oh sorry I thought he was talking about the existing buildings along King. I was wondering how tall those were.

I am super excited about the 400 footer...900+ units is huge.
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Old Posted Feb 12, 2018, 12:54 AM
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Oh sorry I thought he was talking about the existing buildings along King. I was wondering how tall those were.
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this says one of them, at King and 4th, is 217 ft. the one across the street from it must be about the same.

what I had meant, and probably should have said more specifically, is: along 4th north of the station, where this one and the 400-footer, among others to come, will be
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this says one of them, at King and 4th, is 217 ft. the one across the street from it must be about the same.

what I had meant, and probably should have said more specifically, is: along 4th north of the station, where this one and the 400-footer, among others to come, will be
The existing mid-rise apartment buildings in Mission Bay North and South Beach are mostly 15-17 floors.
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