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Last edited 01 Mar 2017
555 Howard, San Francisco
Described as a ‘super-clear glass tower’, the mixed-use development will incorporate a hotel, residential space, meeting rooms, a ballroom, gym, restaurant, and an open rooftop terrace. The developers, Pacific Eagle and SKS Partners, plan to include 15% affordable housing.
The developers hope to begin construction by late 2017.
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