Let us go on the record right now as saying We Like Tall Buildings. We do. We think this city would be all the prettier with a few more actually tall structures, and everyone who whines about shadows and crap should go move to Danville and be done with urban life. That being said, the multifaceted impacts of a 1,000-foot skyscraper (a mere 61 stories, child's play really) will be hotly contested on Thursday at the Planning Commission's weekly meeting, in which they'll be taking public comment on the Transbay Tower and Transit Center District Plan.
TweetWell, here it is: “Transbay Transit Tower, tallest building in San Francisco, breaks ground Pelli Clarke Pelli tower joins Transbay Transit Center SAN FRANCISCO, March 27, 2013 — Officials ceremonially broke ground today for Tr... Read Post
In news that is likely to annoy all those of us who like tall buildings and despise San Franciscans' general aversion to them, a revamped design for the Transbay Tower was just unveiled from architect Cesar Pelli and the Hines devel... Read Post