SPG – Fourth and Brannan Streets Residential Tower – California - Project Profile
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Solbach Property Group (SPG) is planning to build a residential tower in San Francisco, California, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 106.7m high, 37-story residential tower on top of a 25.9m podium.
It includes the construction of 427 residential units, 294m2 of retail space, a 2,669m2, 119-space parking facility and related facilities.
Solomon Cordwell Buenz has been appointed as architect.
On April 3, 2015, SPG submitted the preliminary project plans to San Francisco City Council (SFCC).
In June 2015, San Francisco’s Planning Department declined the planning application submitted by SPG, as the project site has permits to construct the buildings up to 26m but the proposed building is beyond the government's plan.
The project involves the construction of a 106.7m high, 37-story residential tower on top of a 25.9m podium in San Francisco, the US.
The US$140 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 427 residential units
2. Construction of 294m2 of retail space
3. Construction of a 2,669m2, 119-space parking facility
4. Construction of related facilities
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