First + Mission Towers

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A new pair of towers proposed for downtown San Francisco would include the city’s second-tallest building - and perhaps its most startling public space, an open-air plaza set beneath the main tower’s elevated first floor.
— John King, San Francisco Chronicle

This development brings over 2 million square feet of mixed use space to San Francisco's South of Market district (SoMa). The project takes advantage of the transit-oriented location by incorporating commercial, residential and hotel into the mixed use development. The design features the second tallest building in San Francisco, a residential and office tower located on First Street. The unprecedented scale of the super-sized office floor plates, equivalent to floor plates in Silicon Valley, allow office tenants the highest degree of workplace flexibility. A second, shorter tower to be built on Mission Street, will host residences and a luxury hotel. Beijing-based Oceanwide Holdings Co. is developing the First and Mission Towers as "Oceanwide Center, San Francisco", and acquired the property from TMG Partners in 2015.



San Francisco, California


TMG Partners


Foster + Partners

Heller Manus Architects


High Rise, Mixed Use, Office, Residential, Hotel, Retail


2.2M SF Floor Area


LEED Platinum Target


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