Too bad it’s not taller!
Homes at Fifteen Fifty start at $3,500 per month.
SF developer wants a piece of Silicon Valley in The Town.
Luxury high-rise will transform the neighborhood.
This delayed development adjacent to Oracle Park will feature public space and over 1,000 homes
New high-rise, designed by Handel Architects, combines circa-1903 Aronson Building with sleek new tower.
Bjarke Ingels Group’s second draft comes with new circular shape.
Floating barge would expand existing, landbound fire station and provide key relief after an earthquake in a climate change-proof location.
Dutch-American artist/Aerospace engineer’s vision of our future involved flying saucers along the waterfront.
Rippling roof and all, the 595,000 square foot, 18 acre new addition to the Google campus (the first structure of significance specifically designed for the company) got the word go from the city council.
Italian architect promised landmark on a smaller scale for site right across the street from what will some day be SF’s fourth tallest building.
Planners say they’d prefer something more "iconically-shaped" for what will be one of the city’s most prominent buildings.
The thin red (and green, and orange) line gets thinner on 16th Street, as local architects present a much more conventional design and ditch previous, outre look.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is a few days away from its grand reopening, May 14. While Curbed SF has provided coverage aplenty on the new, check out these cool new 360-degree rendered maps care of Steelblue.
The good news: A tall, twisty giant "Venus" sculpture is coming to the Mid-Market area. The bad news: Most of us will not be able to see it.
The sleek Heller Manus-designed mixed-use office and residential development at 181 Fremont is well underway right now. Lauded as the country's tallest residential building west of the Mississippi — 72 stories, to be exact — we have some exclusive renderings of what's to come.
Another internationally recognized architect will put his mark on the city