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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 9:28 PM
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This Studio Gang building is exactly what Mission Bay needs
The new building is called “Mission Rock Building F”—and the “F” is for fantastic
By Brock Keeling@BrockKeeling Oct 18, 2019, 11:31am PDT

This in-progress residential high-rise is what Mission Bay, a neighborhood known for its many new, albeit listless structures, needs. Mission Rock Building F, as it’s called, looks like that slightly askew stack of books on your desk. It’s mammoth but warm—and fun. It is, in a word, lovely.

Dreamed up by architect Jeanie Gang, plus two principals at Studio Gang, as well as Quezada Architecture, the tower’s unique form also serves a purpose. The floor plates are carved back at the corners to create outdoor terraces, built to allow for maximum sunlight and minimal wind . . . .

The building will rise 23 floors, come with 255 rental units, and offer retail and restaurant space. Its base will feature carved steps leading to a “mesa-like space” with planted terraces and raked seating . . . .

https://sf.curbed.com/2019/10/18/209...%20Bay%20needs

Totally agree!
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Old Posted Oct 27, 2019, 6:03 PM
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New Mission Rock site is up.

And a couple new renderings from an article in the Chronicle about Jeanne Gang:


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Old Posted Oct 27, 2019, 7:58 PM
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Hope there'll be a gym in Mission Rock because this guy must spend half his life in one:

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Old Posted Oct 27, 2019, 9:45 PM
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New Mission Rock site is up.

And a couple new renderings from an article in the Chronicle about Jeanne Gang:

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also from that article, couple renderings of another project across the street from MB Proper, at CCA, apparently set to go next spring



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Old Posted Nov 3, 2019, 10:44 PM
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Crane Cove Park is showing actual signs of progress besides moving dirt!





elsewhere...

2177 Third is mostly uncovered. (happy with this one)





777 Tennessee is finally not orange



showing the spatial relationship between the last two



the UCSF Psychiatry building steadily rising



the UCSF Weill Neurosciences building is getting its outer screen installed, as seen from the north



finally, work appears to have started on the south side of the creek on block 1



that is, in front of this gorgeous building


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Old Posted Nov 5, 2019, 4:41 AM
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forgot a couple. the mid-block passage on the west side of Arden, from Long Bridge to Channel, looks almost ready





and the 'back' (south side) of the Vision Neurosciences building looks sort of interesting with its stacked layers, but also cheap in materials (and is brown the new orange?) (and of course, the scourge of UCSF MB buildings, the ground floor is probably given over to mechanical stuff so a pretty dead wall)

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Old Posted Nov 7, 2019, 2:06 PM
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New Mission Rock site is up.

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Visa expanding into Mission Rock

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Visa plans to more than double the size of its San Francisco headquarters with a move to near the San Francisco Giants’ ballpark.

On Tuesday, the payments company signed a lease for an entire 300,000-square-foot, 13-story office tower planned at the Giants’ Mission Rock waterfront project, the company told The Chronicle. The building has space for 1,500 employees. Visa plans to move in early 2024 from One Market Plaza near the Embarcadero, where it has 650 workers.


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I wonder if they will have a sign on top of the building that's facing Oracle Park so when they show games, they will get "free" advertising
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I wonder if they will have a sign on top of the building that's facing Oracle Park so when they show games, they will get "free" advertising
Signs on top of buildings haven’t been allowed in San Francisco for many years; those that remain are grandfathered.
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Old Posted Nov 8, 2019, 5:52 AM
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Signs on top of buildings haven’t been allowed in San Francisco for many years; those that remain are grandfathered.
Ahhh gotcha
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