A crane has been erected high over the roof of the 400 foot tall 100 Van Ness building and work has begun to convert the tower from a concrete-wrapped office building into a glass-draped residential tower. Workers have removed a potion of the original facade near the top of the high-rise, and are busy popping out windows in order to strip the original skin. When completed, the building will house 399 residential units, a roof deck on the 29th floor and retail on the ground floor. Parking will be limited to 112 spaces, but it's location near the Mid-Market and the intersection of Market and Van Ness streets will provide plenty of transportation options in all directions.
·From Cubicles to Rentals: 100 Van Ness Continues its Quest for Conversion [Curbed SF]
·Mid-Market Coverage [Curbed SF]