535 Mission Street 155
San Francisco, California, USA
The slender urban form of the 535 Mission
The project provides 3,700 square feet of
Street tower is helping to transform the South
ground-ﬂoor retail space to serve building
of Market (SoMa) district of San Francisco.
occupants, visitors and city residents. The double-height lobby includes publicly
Tapered facade corners and a sculptural
accessible open space that ﬂows into the
cornice line deﬁne the 27-story building’s
covered outdoor plaza and features ﬂexible
silhouette. A double-height ground ﬂoor lobby,
seating, extensive landscaping and an
pedestrian plazas and improvements along
Shaw Alley shape the street-level experience. New trees and a continuous band of As one of the ﬁrst LEED Core & Shell Gold
plantings along Shaw Alley soften the
pre-certiﬁed ofﬁce towers in San Francisco,
streetscape and enhance the pedestrian
the building’s advanced mechanical systems,
environment linking the building to the
high-performance skin and water-use
adjacent Transbay Terminal.
efﬁciencies promote sustainability, occupant comfort and productivity. The facade features
Concrete paving in the alley adds
high-performance glass that integrates with
pedestrian scale and texture, establishing
indoor controls to enhance its energy and light
◄ view from mission street
2015 design annual
354,000 sq. ft. / 32,900 sq. m.
Published on Oct 1, 2015
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