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Old Posted May 22, 2021, 12:05 PM
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the crane on site is visible from Chase Center

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Old Posted Jun 14, 2021, 9:15 AM
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for the first time, I noticed steel above the fence today



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A crane base is now visible too.

[IMG]SF Giants Mission Rock Development by viewguysf, on Flickr[/IMG]

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Looks like this belongs in the "under construction" section. Will ask.
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That depends. Is the steel structure in the background part of the project? If yes, we can move this to the construction subforum. If it's the tower in the foreground, we are almost there, but they are technically still in site prep (shoring and excavation) and will be moved to construction once foundation elements (usually the first bit of rebar) are laid or caissons are drilled and poured.
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That depends. Is the steel structure in the background part of the project? If yes, we can move this to the construction subforum.
Yes it is. Onward!
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That depends. Is the steel structure in the background part of the project? If yes, we can move this to the construction subforum. If it's the tower in the foreground, we are almost there, but they are technically still in site prep (shoring and excavation) and will be moved to construction once foundation elements (usually the first bit of rebar) are laid or caissons are drilled and poured.
Yes, the rising steel is definitely this project. There isn't anything but the Bay (and the Giants ballpark) in the background. And they've been drilling/pouring caissons for some time.

On April 5, in fact, Andrew Nelson at SFYIMBY reported "steel rises", but it was hard to see over the fence and to distinguish it from the various drilling rigs at that time. Now it's obvious.
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2021, 2:39 AM
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A crane base is now visible too.
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... which has now sprouted!





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Wow, seems like a lot faster than what I was expecting
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Wow, seems like a lot faster than what I was expecting
some of us are old enough to remember master plans from the 1980s



https://preview.redd.it/xn31z4t9tjy1...=webp&55810934

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pasting Jerry's post from the main projects thread...

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07/10/2021 - View from my Fox Plaza apartment of a crane being assembled at Mission Rock. notice the guy at the top of the crane! I am now starting to see the steel beans of one of the high rise buildings from my apartment.

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some of us are old enough to remember master plans from the 1980s



https://preview.redd.it/xn31z4t9tjy1...=webp&55810934
Link doesn't for me for some reason. Also, just started doing this as a hobby in 2016 haha so idk much back from the 80s master plan.

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