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Old Posted Jul 1, 2017, 6:04 PM
minesweeper minesweeper is offline
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This project should break ground this summer. They've filed the permits for demolition and construction (but they haven't been issued yet).

Also, according to the EIR approved in March, the residential tower will reach 416 feet, and the office tower 257 feet:

The Project proposes to demolish the existing 1580 Mission Street building,
to retain and rehabilitate a portion of the existing 1500 Mission Street building, and to demolish
the remaining portions on the 1500 Mission building and construct a mixed-use development
with two components: an approximately 767,200-square-foot, 396-foot-tall (416 feet to the top of
the parapet) residential and retail/restaurant building at the corner of South Van Ness Avenue
and Mission Street (“Retail/Residential Building”); and an approximately 567,300-square-foot,
227-foot-tall (257 feet to the top of the parapet) office and permit center building for the City and
County of San Francisco (“City”) on 11th Street between Market and Mission Streets (“Office
Building”) with a mid-rise extending west to South Van Ness Avenue.