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One Rincon Hill

Identification

One Rincon Hill
residential complex
109367

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Facts

  • Approved by the San Francisco Planning Commission on August 4, 2005.
  • Constructed in two phases with parking for 455 cars.
  • The entire complex is classified as a high-rise life safety project.
  • The Clock Tower Building was demolished in 2005 to make way for this complex.
  • A ceremonial groundbreaking took place in November 2005, but permits for construction were held up by the San Francisco Department of Building Construction until January 2006.
  • At issue was the new use of the core-outrigger structural system, a first for earthquake-prone San Francisco. City officials agreed with structural engineers on the use of this system after additional review.

Location

California
U.S.A.

Involved Companies

MANNTECH Building Maintenance Systems

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# Building Height Floors Building type Year Status
1 fullheightview-from-1st-street-to-the-northeast One Rincon Hill, South Tower 605 ft 54 skyscraper 2008
2 contruction One Rincon Hill, North Tower 495 ft 45 skyscraper 2014
existing
under construction
planned
unbuilt
demolished
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