Work starts on $146 million “last true condominium complex” on SF waterfront

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Construction has started at what is described as San Francisco’s “last true condominium complex on the waterfront” — a $146 million, 20-story tower at 75 Howard St.

Developer John Buck Co. asked Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) to design the 20,595 sq. ft. building with 120 units, providing jobs for 200 union members before the work is completed late in 2019.

The city’s building permit report lists Swinerton Builders as the general contractor

“It’s not often we get to work on San Francisco’s waterfront. Something people will see when they cross that bridge, something they’ll see coming in on the ferry. Something our members could be proud of, something the community could be proud of, this will be a very handsome building, a great addition to San Francisco,” KGO-TV quoted Michael Theriault from the San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council as saying.

The building will also include retail space on the ground floor and a restaurant. Construction is expected to be completed by late next year.

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