Now that we've all had some time to shed our tears over the passing of the King Diner, our eyes have cleared and we can clearly see the shape of the 200,000 square foot building taking its place: "sculptural" to some, "schizophrenic" to others, and "yellow" to everyone. Designed by Kaplan McLaughlin Diaz architects and Kodama Diseno, 1390 Mission Street will be the home of 136 units and ground-floor retail when finished next August. Along with the Argenta, Furniture Mart, and Trinity Place, serves as one of many signs that Civic Center is turning the beat around.
· Construction Watch: 1390 Mission Street Grows, Painfully [Curbed SF]
· Construction Watch: The Argenta Unrobes [Curbed SF]
· Trinity Place Finally Breaks Ground [Curbed SF]
· Mixed Use for Market Street Mart [Curbed SF]