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Transbay Block 5

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The concept for the 43-story Block 5 development will need to be revised over the next couple of months “to improve the building massing, cladding, and ground-floor plane,” a requirement of the Golub team being awarded the win.

And if all goes as planned, the development – which includes 15,000 square feet of publicly accessible open space; underground parking for 117 cars; 5,700 square feet of ground floor retail; and various streetscape improvements, including the extension of Natoma Street between Beale and Main – will be ready for occupancy in early 2019.

Designed by Goettsch Partners in conjunction with Solomon Cordwell Buenz Architects (SCB). SCB is one of the trending new architects in the city designing 425 1st Street, 55 9th Street and currently in construction of 399 Freemont Street & Transbay Block 6.

 

 

 

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