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Old Posted Apr 20, 2013, 2:57 AM
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41 Tehama For Sale, Seeking Height Increase
Friday, April 19, 2013, by Curbed Staff


The Transbay District site at 41 Tehama Street is going up for sale, according to The San Francisco Business Times. The 19,275 sq. ft. plot has been approved for a 31-story, 341-unit residential tower, designed by Arquitectonica, and could get as much as $48 million on the market. Fritzi Realty, the current owner, is also seeking approval to increase the height to 390-feet for a total of 35-floors and up to 398 units. The parcel is located adjacent to the planned Oscar Park and construction could begin in as early as 9 months. -Michael Conrad
http://sf.curbed.com/archives/2013/0...t_increase.php
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Old Posted Apr 20, 2013, 3:39 AM
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What are all those buildings in that render?
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What are all those buildings in that render?
That tall one right behind 41 Tehama is the 750' one proposed as part of the Transbay Plan. To the right is the 430' tower proposed for transbay block 9. They're obviously both placeholders though, not the actual designs. I don't know of any proposals for the 750' tower yet, but block 9 is planned to look like this:



Strangely though, the rendering also has 555 Mission and the Millennium Tower as placeholders, even though they've been completed for years. The background render used for this must be really old or something.

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Old Posted Jun 2, 2013, 4:10 AM
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As part of the marketing of 41 Tehama, Steelblue has put up a 360-degree panorama of what the view will look like from the proposed tower:

http://www.steelbluellc.com/41Tehama/

It's going to have some great views.
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Old Posted Oct 6, 2013, 9:35 PM
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i think every building website should have that 360 view
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Good catch, minesweeper. Love that 360!
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Good catch, minesweeper. Love that 360!
WOW! I missed it previously too--love it!
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If anyone is looking for some bedtime reading material, the Planning Department has just posted a 243-page document regarding the proposed height increase. It concludes that a new environmental impact report is not needed, provides some details and updated renderings, and sets November 14, 2013 as the hearing date for approval.
  • Old (approved) design:
    • 31 stories
    • 318 feet to roof (plus 24' mechanical; 342' total building height)
    • 325 dwelling units
    • 241 parking spaces
  • New (proposed) design:
    • 35 stories
    • 360 feet to roof (plus 20' mechanical; 380' total building height)
    • 398 dwelling units
    • 241 parking spaces
So, the new proposal adds 4 stories, about 40 feet, and 73 more units. This would bring the building up to the maximum 360' height limit allowed under current zoning.

Before and after renderings:





Source: ARQUITECTONICA
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Old Posted Nov 1, 2013, 5:05 PM
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It does look a bit better with the added height.
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Old Posted May 19, 2014, 8:21 PM
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Sold to Hines and Invesco

The project may start in Q1 2015:

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Hines and equity partner Invesco bought 41 Tehama St., a development site for a 418-unit, 35-story apartment tower in San Francisco’s Transbay district. The seller in the deal was Fritzi Realty, a family-owned company led by Bob Tandler that owned the 19,275-square-foot site for decades.

Industry sources estimated the sale price was close to $48.5 million or about $116,000 per buildable unit.

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Construction on 41 Tehama is slated to start during the first quarter of next year with completion near the end of 2016. Contractor Bovis Lend Lease Inc. recently filed construction documents for the tower.
http://www.bizjournals.com/sanfranci....html?page=all
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Old Posted May 19, 2014, 8:40 PM
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Ha beat me to it, except I called this about a month ago

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Also, 41 Tehama is happening pretty soon, from my understanding. I don't think it made the news, but I believe the site went to a very reputable developer we are all very familiar with. I have heard they even had a GC selected, and then decided it wasn't a good fit, etc etc. So now looking over the internet for information that might be public that I can share, I realize there is basically nothing public about this project. But, trust me when I say there is a team here in SF already working on it.
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I have not heard anything, just happened to be with some guys on a team working on it and overheard them discussing it. Based on what I heard, my immediate thought was that this sounds like a 2014 start...
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So a flyer from a brokerage firm detailing recent/under contract transactions listed the 41 Tehama site as Under Contract (landed in my inbox today). So I suppose there will be a news story soon where everybody can learn who's tackling this project, and perhaps more deets.

I'm glad we have another tower to discuss soon! This one is going to be swallowed up in the mass of skyscrapers in the area that are even taller...rare thing to say in this city where hardly anything is above 550 ft.
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Old Posted May 19, 2014, 8:50 PM
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Is this really going to be 550 ft. and 54 floors? That came out of nowhere..
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Old Posted May 19, 2014, 9:22 PM
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^^^No I'm saying so many proposed/UC nearby buildings are in the 500-600+ ft range that this little building is going to be buried. Being able to say a 360 ft tower is going to be buried in any location that isn't right in the Market St spine through the financial district is a rare in this city.
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Old Posted May 19, 2014, 11:20 PM
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The title of the thread says "550 ft. 54 floors" so I was confused.. this is only going to be 350'?
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Old Posted May 19, 2014, 11:24 PM
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360 ft, 35 stories, 418 units. Remember, it was up-zoned from 31 stories at whatever height that was to 35 stories, now 360 ft.

http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2...ower-sold.html
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Old Posted May 20, 2014, 4:26 AM
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The title of the thread says "550 ft. 54 floors" so I was confused.. this is only going to be 350'?
I agree--the stats on the title bar need to be corrected!
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Old Posted Sep 24, 2014, 5:04 PM
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Yeah, the thread title should be corrected. Looking at the diagram I posted above, it's 35 stories and 360 feet to the "roof" or 380 feet to the top of the mechanical penthouse.

Anyway, here's another story that says they're still shooting for a Q1 2015 start:

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Invesco is planning to invest capital into the 41 Tehama project as a build-to-core investment strategy for one of its commingled funds, according to sources who are aware of the development. “I would expect that at some point in the future we would put some construction debt on the property,” said Paradis. He would not reveal the total development cost of the project.

Hines is planning to break ground on the project during the first quarter of next year and expects the development to be completed by the end of 2016. “We think that San Francisco is creating very strong job growth, and we should be able to attract many employees working for companies in the city as tenants in our project,” said Paradis.
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Old Posted Oct 13, 2014, 7:56 AM
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I believe this crane was on 41 Tehama site.

San Francisco Early October 2014 023 by simms3sf, on Flickr
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Demo permit for site issued on 1/22/15. Building permit still under review.

http://dbiweb.sfgov.org/dbipts/defau...=PermitDetails
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Old Posted Feb 7, 2015, 4:31 AM
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This is another thread that needs to have its height corrected; in this case, it's unfortunately significantly overstated!
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