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Old Posted Apr 16, 2012, 11:03 PM
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I can't keep up! This is crazy, can anyone put together a list of all the projects? And do they have threads?

I didn't think Rincon Hill 2 was underway yet, there was that other project there that started a few months back, is that what you saw?
Here ya go...

These are all (most?) of the projects that I know are under construction or are prepping for construction. There are at least 2-3 other projects that claimed to be breaking ground this month as well. Anyhow, I hope this helps...

*I need to give some credit to Cal_Escapee over at SSC for helping locate many of these projects.



-------------------------Under Construction/Site Prep-------------------------



Transbay Terminal



Source: www.pwpla.com


Source: www.pwpla.com


One Rincon Hill (Phase II)


Source: www.socketsite.com



10th and Market Residences


Source: www.socketsite.com


Source: www.crescentheights.com


55 Ninth


Source: http://www.avaat559thapartments.com/


CCSF Chinatown Campus



Trinity Place - Phase 2





680 Folsom (rehab)

Source: www.socketsite.com


Foundry 3


Source: http://portfolio.hdsf.com/portfolio/foundry/




Madrone - Mission Bay


Source: by timbad, at Flickr.com

SFPUC Headquarters at 525 Golden Gate



1285 Sutter


Source: www.howardswright.com


2001 Market St.


Source: www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco


1998 Market St.


Source: www.socketsite.com


333 Harrison


Source: www.dbarchitect.com


Photo by me on 3/26/12


900 Folsom/260 Fifth




750 Second




121 Golden Gate




2299 Market




701 Golden Gate




1880 Mission




SF Jazz Performance Center



Source: static.worldarchitecturenews.com


1844 Market




530 Folsom




SF General Hospital




333 Fremont



Source: sf.curbed.com


Mission Bay Block 5


Source: www.socketsite.com



Mission Bay Blocks 11








Source: http://www.mve-architects.com/



Mission Bay Block 3




Mission Bay Block 2




Mission Bay New Public Safety Building



Source: www.socketsite.com


Source: www.socketsite.com


UCSF Hospital at Mission Bay


Source: www.ucsf.edu


USF Center for Science and Education




178 Townsend



Source: www.interfaceengineering.com


Divisadero and Ellis




2235 Third Street




2121 Third Street



Source: www.socketsite.com


19th and Valencia


Source: http://urbanlifesigns.blogspot.com/


200 Dolores




Central and McAllister



Source: sf.curbed.com


435 Duboce



Polk and Pacific



Source: sf.curbed.com


Source: sf.curbed.com


299 Valencia



Source: www.sfcitycondos.com


Source: www.socketsite.com

1266 9th Ave




411 Valencia


Source: www.socketsite.com


Fillmore Park


Source: www.cahill-sf.com



6600 Third Street


Source: www.cahill-sf.com


474 Natoma



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Holy smokes, I didn't realize so many projects were already underway. And, there are probably a dozen more that will break ground this summer. Thanks for putting them all in one post.

If you want to include rehabs, Wilson Meany Sullivan is spending over $50 million on 140 New Montgomery and Shorenstein is spending $80 million renovating 1355 Market St (the new Twitter building).
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That is a nice little rundown. There is also a crane on the USF campus, I can't find any information on the (extremely uncommitted) search I just did.
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Here is the USF science building project:

http://www.usfca.edu/csi/
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Here is the USF science building project:

http://www.usfca.edu/csi/
Cool- that campus has transformed dramatically over the past 10 years
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Here ya go...

These are all (most?) of the projects that I know are under construction or are prepping for construction. There are at least 2-3 other projects that claimed to be breaking ground this month as well. Anyhow, I hope this helps...
What about the biggest site prep of all--the Transbay Terminal?
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Thanks everyone. I updated the list.
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Thanks everyone. I updated the list.
BTW, I forgot to thank you for compiling this list in the first place--it was much appreciated 1977!
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BTW, I forgot to thank you for compiling this list in the first place--it was much appreciated 1977!
No problem! Hopefully, we can add 3-4 more projects in the next month or 2.
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Thank you so much, that's wonderful!
What about the high rise on Second Street?
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tishman's going ahead - on spec - with the last foundry building too. also, there's a 5 story infill project going up on pine between larking and polk, as well as that 6 story residential/retail base going in on polk at pacific - those last two u/c. the big project next to the center on market near octavia is going up again, though that may just be to get it to grade and cap it. there's also some senior housing going up on franklin near turk. hmm, a couple other things too, but have to dash. thanks for the list.
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200 Dolores has been under construction for several months. The complex includes a renovated Edwardian parsonage on Dolores Street plus a new building along 15th Street, totaling 23,243 square feet, 13 condo units and a 13-car underground garage:



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The San Francisco Publlic Utilities Commission - 525 Golden Gate Avenue

The wind turbines were spinning furiously Sunday, April 15 when I walked by. All but one of them was turning. The corner of Golden Gate and Polk is a very windy spot most days. Today workers were building a gray stone wall
on the sidewalk - I think it will be a planter.



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Sadly I doubt these projects will put a dent in the ever-rising rent. Did you guys also mention the McAlister/Central project? I'll try to get a photo up.
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Did you guys also mention the McAlister/Central project? I'll try to get a photo up.
Curbed has a photo of the Central & McAllister project.

Another small project is 435 Duboce, which has been on-and-off for the past year. Construction definitely started last year, and I've seen workers there occasionally, but more often than not the site has been quiet. And it still has a ways to go.
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I added the Central & McAllister project, 435 Duboce, and Polk and Pacific (not sure how current those renderings are).

Jerry of San Fran-

Thanks for the turbine picture.

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What about the high rise on Second Street?
222 Second? If so, I only included projects that are under construction or have begun site prep. There are a lot of projects (Foundry III, One Rincon II, 45 Lansing, etc.) that are supposed to break ground this spring/summer. I guess I can add them once construction commences.
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Ah I see, cool. Thanks.

I really like the PUC building from the North side, that curve is nice. From the South, it's not as inspired unfortunately.
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Speaking of 222 Second...

Nothing we didn't really know, but here is a another little blurb about it, 680 Folsom, and Foundry III:

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J.P. Morgan: Better Early Than Late for Spec Development

Submitted April 17, 2012, 9:57 PM

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New York City-based J.P. Morgan Asset Management, the money source behind Tishman Speyer Properties’ grand office plans for San Francisco, has its fingers crossed that by being in on the first two speculative office developments in downtown since 2007, it will be ahead of the curve.

“With speculative development, we would prefer to be a little early rather than late. Capital will inevitably return to this segment of the market. Our goal is to be delivering when other projects are just getting started,” said Kevin Faxon, head of the Real Estate Americas investment business of the asset management group.

The real estate investment manager is the investment partner to New York City-based Tishman Speyer on a 286,000 square-foot project at Howard and First streets and a 452,000 square-foot project planned for 222 Second St.

The Howard and First building is to be started with not a single tenant in hand. The total development cost, expected to reach as much as $185 million, will be 100 percent funded with equity. The majority of this capital is to come from the bank on behalf of institutional clients. The manager would not comment if it were from a separate account or commingled fund source, or the amount it is investing in either project.

“We see strong demand from technology and Internet-related tenants. Traditional tenants in the FIRE (finance, insurance and real estate) industries have not been nearly as active,” Faxon said.

The Howard and First development is likely to be completed by the end of next year, while the 222 Second St. project is slated to be ready for tenants by the end of 2014.
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Here's your own update from October 24, 2008 peanut; check out 350 Bush above. The 500 Kearney companion isn't mentioned much in this thread.
Holy moly, that was a long time ago! I remember how dark those days seemed (in terms of development). It's nice to be feeling optimistic again! The question I now have on 350 Bush is if they've extended their entitlements or not. I seem to recall reading that they did at some point but can't say for sure. I might be mixing up projects.

1977 - thanks a ton for putting that together! And thank BT for me too. I've been thinking of doing something similar for just the highrise proposals and projects, but nothing nearly that comprehensive. That took a lot of work and it's much appreciated.
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A bit of news on the Metreon from SF Gate. The good news is that Westfield has committed to finishing the rehab and Target seems unconcerned. I don't know enough about either one to know if Starwood is better or worse than Westfield as an owner, but time will tell.

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Despite spending $30 million on a makeover, the owner of San Francisco's Metreon figures it's ultimately not worth keeping.

The retail, restaurant and entertainment complex next to Yerba Buena Center is one of eight "non-core" U.S. shopping centers the Westfield Group has agreed to sell in a $1.15 billion deal, to Starwood Capital Group, a Connecticut private equity firm. The Westfield Solano Mall in Fairfield is part of the deal.

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However, the Metreon will not be cast off like an orphan. A Westfield spokeswoman said the Australian company will be responsible for completing the renovations, including the centerpiece "city Target" store, which is scheduled to open in October.

"To the best of our knowledge this transaction will not have any impact on our plans for this store," said Mya Walters, a Target spokeswoman.
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