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Old December 12th, 2013, 06:36 PM   #1
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SAN FRANCISCO | Mission Rock Project (multiple buildings) | 116m | 380ft | Pro

This project is adjacent to Mission Bay but distinct from it. In some ways it compliments the low and mid rise Mission Bay by adding an area with some height.

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Design is still somewhat tentative but some renderings have been produced:




http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2...end_speci.html

Tallest proposed structures in the project are several 320' towers and one possibly rising to 380':


http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2...ment_move.html

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The target timing for the Giants' massive Mission Rock development has been moved up by a year with work on the first phase, which includes a tower up to 320 feet in height, now slated to commence in 2015.

Phase 1 . . . includes parcels A, B, and C along Third Street and a 2,300 space parking garage at the corner of Third and Mission Rock (parcel D). While the redevelopment of Pier 48 upon which Anchor Brewing is planning to build another brewery had tentatively been scheduled for Phase 4, it has been accelerated and split between phases 1 and 2. Phase 1 could be ready for occupancy in 2018.

The construction of Phase 2 which includes parcels G and K and the five-acre China Basin Park is now slated to commence in 2016 with occupancy by 2019.

Construction of Phase 3 which includes parcels E and F and Mission Rock Square would commence in 2017 and be ready in 2020 with a residential tower rising up to 380 feet in height.

The final phase of the Giants' Mission Rock development includes parcels H, I and J with construction now slated to commence in 2018 and occupancy in 2021, a year earlier than originally projected.

Fully developed, the Mission Rock project will yield up to 1.6 million square feet of commercial space, up to 1,500 residential units, and between 150,000 and 250,000 square feet of retail/entertainment use with retail planned to be included on the lower floors of each building, including the Third Street frontage of the parking garage.
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This is great! The Mission Bay area needs more height and density given the housing crunch.
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Now get ready for the NIMBY assault.
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Old December 12th, 2013, 11:48 PM   #4
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Now get ready for the NIMBY assault.
The big question: Does it block any views from Potrero Hill? That's what killed any chance of height in Mission Bay. This is a bit farther away.
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Old December 14th, 2013, 04:40 AM   #5
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Tweaks To Activate Mission Rock's Streets And Neighborhood

. . . a narrow building is now proposed to be built between the garage and Third with 50,000 square feet of commercial space over 7,000 square feet of ground floor retail.

The 790,000 square foot garage which would rise up to 100-feet high on the remainder of Parcel D would include 15,000 square feet of retail on its ground floor as well.

Another subtle tweak to the Mission Rock plan, an interior shared public way one block east of Third, extending between Bosque and Exposition Streets:

This shared public way, which would prioritize pedestrians over bicycles and automobiles, would consist of a single shared paved surface with no curbs or gutters. Automobiles would be able to access it from the adjoining streets via curb-cuts similar to a typical driveway. The prioritized pedestrian right-of-way would be delineated through the placement of street furniture and landscaping. The shared public right-of-way would make it possible for adjoining retail or restaurants to utilize the street sidewalks for outdoor seating and retail space, with vehicular access limited primarily to deliveries, drop-offs/pick-ups or emergency vehicles.

The shared public way would be closed to all vehicles, except emergency, when games or other major events were scheduled at the ballpark.

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