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Old Posted Sep 24, 2019, 2:57 PM
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There are some beautiful old buildings there--it could be a really interesting neighborhood if done thoughtfully.
Yeah, I remember being there years ago and thinking that they were pretty cool looking. Irregardless of how thoughtful it is, it is nice to see that neighborhood finally being put to some use.
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Old Posted Oct 7, 2019, 5:37 AM
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the scaffolding was down on the Illinois St side of the corner office building, and it looks nicely restored! (sorry the light is not better)



they also seem to be working on its base, where it meets the Crane Cove Parking Lot. or maybe that is just parking lot work



here is its next-door neighbor

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Brookfield expects to start construction on the first new buildings in the (Pier 70) project before the end of 2019 and have five buildings under construction by mid-2020. Delivery of the first phase is estimated near the end of 2021.
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Old Posted Oct 14, 2019, 8:54 AM
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some sort of concrete enclosure/addition going up behind the corner office building, and looks like its neighbor has an added deck or something on the back



couple 'before' shots. this is the stub of 22nd St



and some of the current structures

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[QUOTE=timbad;8716451]some sort of concrete enclosure/addition going up behind the corner office building, and looks like its neighbor has an added deck or something on the back



I'm a Bay Area local that now lives and works in the Dogpatch area. I've been a reader of this forum for a long time and have loved tracking all of the projects. Thx for the many posts Timbad!

In terms of the picture above, the corner building is actually slated to be a Restoration Hardware store and it will have a restaurant attached to it. The concrete podium will have a deck on top, and there will also be a roof deck for the building.

The land in front and to the left in the picture is slated to become a parking lot.
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 6:18 AM
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In terms of the picture above, the corner building is actually slated to be a Restoration Hardware store and it will have a restaurant attached to it. The concrete podium will have a deck on top, and there will also be a roof deck for the building. ...
thanks for the info!

courtesy of a link 1977 provided in the Mission Bay thread, here is one of many great aerial views from Droneshot on flickr of Pier 70

DJI_0962-HDR.jpg by Droneshot, on Flickr

edit: I'll throw this one in here too, but I definitely recommend flipping through all the pics on flickr. this shows the relationship of Pier 70 to the Power Plant parcels next door, another megaproject of almost the same scale as Pier 70. the extent of the ripples that Mission Bay has sent out that have helped spur all of this development in Showplace Square, Potrero Flats, Dogpatch, the Power Plant, Pier 70, Crane Cove Park, Mission Rock, and even arguably SW SOMA, is staggering.

DJI_0959-HDR.jpg by Droneshot, on Flickr

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Old Posted Nov 3, 2019, 10:21 PM
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a better shot of the future Restoration Hardware building, with scaffolding down



on the SE wing you can still see some before/after contrast

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a better shot of the future Restoration Hardware building, with scaffolding down



on the SE wing you can still see some before/after contrast

This is going to be one heck of palace for grey, oversized furniture, and I for one am excited for what I expect to be an epic cafe to take instagram-ready photos in.
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