Developers submit revised design for San Francisco’s fourth-tallest tower

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Feb.February 01, 2018 05:20 PM

The developers of Transbay Parcel F in San Francisco have submitted a revised design for their planned 61-story multi-use tower to city planners. The planned building at 542-550 Howard Street would have 170 housing units, a 210-room hotel, 251,000 square feet of offices and 9,000 square feet of street-level retail space. City planners rejected the original design by Cesar Pelli as lacking “the architectural detailing and character of the neighborhood.” Hines, Goldman Sachs affiliate Broad Street and Urban Pacific Development bought the land in 2016 for $160 million. [Curbed]


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