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Oceanwide Center

1st and Mission Streets, San Francisco, CA

Size: 2 million sf    
Sustainable Features: LEED-CS Platinum (proposed)

The towers at First and Mission Streets, designed in collaboration with London-based Foster + Partners, will dramatically change San Francisco’s skyline in the fast-rising Transbay District. The project will be comprised of two towers, 910 feet and 605 feet tall, respectively. When complete, the 910-foot-tall tower will be the second-tallest in the city. The project takes advantage of the transit-oriented location by incorporating commercial, residential and hotel into the mixed-use design, and will total 2 million square feet. Incorporated into the design is a half-acre of public space that will sit beneath the tallest tower, and will act as an urban living room. The building itself would begin 70 feet in the air above the ground-floor space.