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Photo-Stalking the Transbay Transit Center As It Rises Higher

The Transbay Transit Center has been rising above ground for, what, all of two months now, and our social media feeds are full of photos from all vantage points. Favorite spots include the garden at 100 First Street, and the sun terrace POPOS there (as long as security doesn't get in the way!), as well as neighboring offices and points within the construction site itself. We took a tour back in December, and already the steel fame has reached a length of 200 feet (it will eventually be 1,400), living up to a style John King has dubbed "megaproject moderne."
Here we go, in reverse-chronological order:

#transbay terminal going up.

A photo posted by Justin (@justinskoda) on

Transbay Terminal #ironworkers #bigiron #transbay

A photo posted by Chris Howard (@budheavy925) on

Built for #quakes. #transbay #sanfrancisco #bayarea #progress

A photo posted by Michael Bene (@mcbene) on

Progress #crane #transbay terminal

A photo posted by @rwwong1 on

Going up fast. Major steelwork. #SanFrancisco #transbay #hsr

A photo posted by Justin (@justinskoda) on

Transbay Transit Center 30' above street level! #transbay #boomtown #sanfrancisco

A photo posted by @22_jayblue on

Waler WC-24 = 34,000 #manitowoc #999 #transbay #only2yearslefthere @thetransbayproject

A video posted by Todd (@grosshd34) on

· At Last, the Transbay Transit Center Is Rising Above Ground [Curbed SF]
· Striking Photos of the Transbay Transit Center As It Begins Its Historic Rise [Curbed SF]
· Mapping the 15 Best Privately Owned Public Open Spaces [Curbed SF]
· After Years of Construction, New Transbay Terminal Is on the Rise [SFGate]
· Previous Coverage of the Transbay Transit Center [Curbed SF]

Transbay Transit Center

85 Natoma Street, San Francisco, CA