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Old Posted Apr 19, 2020, 10:57 PM
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the last few posts left me thinking, has *any* residential built in the last, say, 50 (60, 70?) years felt like it has a SF feel, however people subjectively want to define that?

anyway, a few from yesterday...

a different angle of block 6W



I think this, on 16th St near Fourth, is new, and I imagine is part of the 16th St transit improvement project



the northern end of Crane Cove Park, next to the Ramp. the thing under the tarp is intriguing



the wrought-iron fence along Illinois may end up being park bench green. I guess I had assumed black







the adjacent parking lot has been paved. on the left is the curve of the berm that will bring 19th St down into the area







I think the mid-block passage at 950 Tennessee is slowly progressing



the Tennessee sidewalk out front



the Minnesota St side



the Tennessee side of the UCSF Psychiatry Center



they recently installed the traffic lights at the UCSF housing at 18th and Minnesota, tho not active yet



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Old Posted Apr 20, 2020, 12:55 AM
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This thread makes me sad now. I used to go to Mission Bay at least once a week for Giants/Warriors games. Haven't been there since the shutdown.
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Old Posted Apr 25, 2020, 7:02 AM
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from a few days ago...

work on the bank of the Creek has continued



peek over the fence at Mission Rock. not clear to me if the site is active



a final look at block 3E now that it's complete



the Bayfront Park by Chase Center



Crane Cove Park







2177 Third





hard to tell if the UCSF Psychiatry Center has been worked on recently



block 6W

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Old Posted Apr 26, 2020, 7:16 AM
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I'd missed this from a couple weeks ago, some block 9 news

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Old Posted May 6, 2020, 5:22 AM
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I think the berm where 19th will head down into Crane Cove Park has gotten some additional greenery



for much of the length of the park, the sidewalk will be inside the wrought-iron fence that lines Illinois (barely seen on the left in the pic). south of 19th St it appears there will be a stretch with no sidewalk, above the parking lot, before it picks up again in front of Restoration Hardware







the north end of CC Park again, with the intriguing metal thing on the left



the sidewalk in front of 2177 Third has been poured, so getting closer to the finish line there



work on the south bank of the Creek



what I think is the last gap in the trackway for the T-Third extension, across King. all the complicated bits have been laid, where the tracks cross over eachother. it's just the final connection to the tracks to the north that's left



to these:



the work on Townsend looks just about wrapped up

looking west from near Fourth



one awkward thing is that many of the utility poles now sit in the bike lane



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Old Posted May 11, 2020, 7:39 AM
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random things from the weekend...

work on the sidewalk at 950 Tennessee has progressed



looking east from Third across the southern end of what will be the temporary parking lot at Mariposa



benches are being installed in the little plazas on either side of the Vision Neurosciences building. this is the northern end



another angle of block 6W. looking west from near Fourth

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Old Posted May 14, 2020, 6:17 AM
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New construction cam up for the Marriott Hotel - this one looking south. You can also see more of the Mission Rock development from this angle:
https://app.oxblue.com/open/stanfordhotels/missionbay

Also, speaking of Mission Rock - new(er) B Block renderings:


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Old Posted May 15, 2020, 5:25 AM
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cool, thanks 1977! if the camera stays where it is now, we should also be able to see block 9 go up, hopefully starting in the next few months. block 6W progress also visible on the right in the time-lapse
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Old Posted May 23, 2020, 7:02 AM
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hm, today the formerly north-pointing cam is now pointed more easterly, with a good view of Mission Rock:

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Old Posted May 25, 2020, 9:58 PM
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from yesterday...

work along the Creek:



work on the hotel has resumed



the bayfront park by Chase Center still looks like this:



lighting has gone in and work around the edges of the parking lot at Third and Mariposa continues. Third St side



Illinois side



where the sidewalk will enter Crane Cove Park on the north end, following an old rail path



cluster of recent projects seen from Tennessee St in Dogpatch



sidewalk on Tennessee side of 950 Tennessee has been poured, with what looks like ample room for additional plantings



... and its mid-block passage through to Minnesota St is shaping up



explored the grand staircase adjacent to 'The Landing' on 22nd St and Texas St, west of the Caltrain station.



the bottom section has landscaping, lighting, and close-up mural (looking back down toward Texas St)...



but as you climb, the landscaping peters out...



... and so, eventually, do the steps. I was disappointed to find it has not been connected to the street (Missouri St) at the upper end, so is not useful to the public at all yet



one more look down



the UCSF Psychiatry Center



plants in the planters, sidewalk party open, almost done at 2177 Third St







more general look down Third from this location at 19th (with T-Third loop track)



the little one at the north end of Tennessee almost done as well



a peek into the mews that will be formed through block 6 when 6W is finished



looking north along Merrimac showing the west side of block 6W

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Old Posted May 26, 2020, 6:05 AM
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Warriors hotel gets an initial approval

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Warriors hotel and condo complex wins initial approval
Joshua Sabatini

A city commission overseeing the redevelopment of Mission Bay unanimously approved the Golden State Warriors 129-room hotel and condominium complex proposal, keeping it on track for a groundbreaking next year.

But first it must receive approval from the Planning Commission, which may vote on the project as early as next week, and the Board of Supervisors.

The Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure unanimously approved of the proposal Tuesday in a 4-0 vote.

The vote approved a change in land use requirements in the Mission Bay redevelopment plan and associated planning documents. The commission, for example, approved increasing the allowable height limit for the site from 90 feet to 160 feet.

The hotel would have 115 standard rooms and 14 suites, along with such amenities as a ballroom, meetings rooms and a fitness center. The 21 residences, on the top floors, include 13 two-bedrooms, six three bedrooms and 2 three-bedroom penthouses.

The complex would include three restaurants, of which two would have outdoor terraces. There is also a spa. The tallest part of the building is 160 feet and steps down to 84 feet toward the bay.

Gretchen Heckman, a development specialist with OCII, said that the approved changes also allow the Warriors the option to change their proposal “in the event the Warriors need to respond to changed market conditions in the residential market” by giving them the option to build up to 230 hotel rooms and no condos. If the Warriors do decide to change the proposal they would have to return to the commission for approval.

As part of the development, the Warriors will pay the required development impact fees, all of which total $14.4 million. As part of the fees, they have agreed to pay a 30 percent inclusionary housing fee and not the required 20 percent, which is an additional $1.3 million for a total of $4.1 million.
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Old Posted May 26, 2020, 4:35 PM
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Mission Bay/Rock






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Hotel in Mission Bay close to Oracle Park


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Old Posted Jun 2, 2020, 5:57 AM
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Has this rendering of the hotel been posted yet?


https://www.sfexaminer.com/news/warr...aces-key-vote/
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Old Posted Jun 2, 2020, 5:13 PM
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I don't remember seeing it.

I can't wait for the green space next to Chase Center though.
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Old Posted Jun 16, 2020, 8:05 AM
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I can't wait for the green space next to Chase Center though.
I'd be looking forward to it even more if it were going to look like it does in the rendering, since they've grassed over a parking lot in their artistic license. oh well. it is a gorgeous rendering, though - makes me want to live there.

elsewhere...

block 6W



the plaza on the north side of the Vision Neurosciences building is getting a fancy gateway sign



and on the south side... well. we have asphalt with a capital A



but there is always Crane Cove Park



so glad they are leaving the utility lines hanging over the entrances



the corner where 19th St will enter the park area



this one on the corner of Third and 20th didn't turn out as bad as I'd feared from the renderings



the mid-block passage at 950 Tennessee is getting its pavers, among other things



the Psychiatry Center has gotten its first glass (on the Third St side)



the sidewalk on the Third St side of Uber has seen some recent progress after none for quite some time



definitely still a ways to go



the hotel



work along the creek also progressing




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Old Posted Jun 18, 2020, 6:31 PM
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nextdoor to MB in Showplace Square, 1 de Haro doesn't look too different than the last time we checked in



the CCA student housing has lost the rest of its scaffolding/shroud

looking into Hooper St, with CCA itself across the way







the west side. not sure, but looks like they may be reclaiming an irregularly-shaped patch formed by the awkward intersection of the two street grids there (the grids had once been on opposite sides of Mission Creek so it didn't matter as much)



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Old Posted Jun 19, 2020, 5:41 AM
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in the June 2020 Potrero View (which I don't see online yet), there were two things of note:
  1. the aim is that Crane Cove Park will open this fall, though it will still be a work in progress on some fronts:
    1. 19th St will apparently still be under construction
    2. a few items have been deferred until more money can be raised, since bids for the overall work came in higher than expected:
      • the crane tops, which may return as early as 2022
      • a dog run
      • a children's play area
  2. the start date for construction of the public school on block 14 has been pushed back about a year, to spring 2023, with completion slated for 2025
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Old Posted Jun 19, 2020, 6:01 AM
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wow, that exposed red iron is ugly!

great pix though!!
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Old Posted Jun 20, 2020, 1:14 AM
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wow, that exposed red iron is ugly! ...
agree it is not a great look, tho I think the idea was to echo the school building next door, so at least there is a reason. and something of a saving grace, this is tucked back in a non-prominent location where it will add a little life without being too noticeable
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Old Posted Jun 20, 2020, 4:12 AM
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it looks fine
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