The 29-story former home to the California State Automobile Association has nearly finished its transformation from drab 1970s office building into shiny glass-draped residential tower. 100 Van Ness, which has made countless Curbed lists of the city's most notable new developments, high-rise projects, and conversion projects, topped out this week as the new glass facade that has been slipping up the building reached the top floor. The building will eventually house 400 new units, all of which will be rentals. There will also be a a roof deck, 108 subsurface parking spaces, and 5,000 square feet of ground-floor retail. The Solomon Cordwell Buenz project is supposed to wrap up by some time next year, although no specific date for move-in has been set quite yet.