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Height: Architectural 244.4 m / 802 ft
Height: Occupied 205 m / 673 ft
Height: To Tip 244.4 m / 802 ft
Floors Above Ground 54
Floors Below Ground 5
# of Elevators 17
Tower GFA 62,263 m² / 670,193 ft²
Development GFA 62,263 m² / 670,193 ft²
# of Apartments 74
# of Parking Spaces 199

Companies Involved

Developer SKS Investments; Jay Paul Company
Architect Heller Manus Architects
Structural Engineer Louie International
MEP Engineer Glumac International

CTBUH Initiatives

A Tale of Two Towers
2 Jun 2014 – Event Invite

CTBUH San Francisco Hosts Capacity Crowd for Transbay Discussion
2 Jun 2014 – Event Report

Global News

San Francisco Tower May Skirt Affordable Requirement
18 Aug 2014 – San Francisco

Construction at 181 Fremont Begins
21 Nov 2013 – San Francisco

Demolition to Clear the Way for 181 Fremont
30 Aug 2013 – San Francisco

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San Francisco Tower May Skirt Affordable Requirement
18 Aug 2014 – San Francisco, United States
The new glass tower under construction at 181 Fremont in San Francisco‚Äôs Transbay Redevelopment District looks like it's going to get away with excluding an affordable…
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Construction at 181 Fremont Begins
21 Nov 2013 – San Francisco, United States
Ground was officially broken on 181 Fremont St., a 54-story, 684,000-square foot (63,546 square-meter) residential and office tower near the Transbay Transit Center in…
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Demolition to Clear the Way for 181 Fremont
30 Aug 2013 – San Francisco, United States
Demolition work has begun on two buildings at 181 Fremont St. in San Francisco, making space for the tower that will replace the pair. Developer Jay Paul Co. plans to…
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Transbay May Be Joined by Sibling Tower
7 Dec 2012 – San Francisco, United States
A 52-story mixed-use building has been proposed for the Transit Center District Plan area of San Francisco. The Heller Manus-designed 700-foot (213-meter) 181 Fremont…

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