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Curbed Inside Update: The Arterra

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Curbed Inside visits the interior of a structure with an eye towards revealing its design and architecture. If you've got a project you'd like Curbed SF to consider, no matter its kind or condition, email us.

Recent storms exposed a serious stash of construction porn hidden behind Arterra's top-secret blue wrapper. Major progress has been made on the site since we last visited: Walls are shaping up, as is the cabinetry. Don thy hardhats, and fall in line fast.

We were lucky to catch a room that was lit by a worker's portable lantern— most of the cabinetry and other fixtures were covered. However, our tour guide gave us a peek just for you.

The rooms are filled with an eerie, blue glow from the exterior wrapping. Some have been walled in thus far, though they're obviously far from complete.

All of the hallways are jam packed with insulation at this point in time. Just like heaven.

Before and after in the bathroom; the tile work looks hopeful a the moment, though we're reserving judgment on the entire kit and caboodle until later.


300 berry street, San Francisco, CA