Linked to the future Transbay Transit Center via skybridge, 181 Fremont is distinguished by its angled top and diagonal bracing. Standing at approximately 700 ft. (802.5 ft., including the spire), the 60-story high-rise begins with five stories of lobby and retail, followed by 33 stories of Class A office space (435,000 sq. ft.), one floor of amenities space, and 16 floors of exclusive condo residences (67 units). The project also includes five floors of subterranean levels.
To support the structure, 44 caissons, 5-6 ft. in diameter, were driven an average of 262 ft. to bedrock. Post-construction, the project contains 20,000 cy of concrete, 1,287 tons of rebar and 14,272 tons of structural steel. The urban infill project was constructed on a .35-acre parcel with a zero lot line, surrounded on three sides by high-rises and fronted by a highly trafficked street. LEED Platinum pre-certified, the project includes a unique curtain wall system, recycled materials, 8% re-use of the demolished building that previously occupied the lot, and the City’s first gray water recycling system.
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- Articles October 5, 2016
San Francisco’s 181 Fremont will Become the Most Earthquake-Resilient Building on the West CoastSource: Building Design + Construction
- Articles February 28, 2016
Up on the Roof and Beneath a New Tower’s Safety NetSource: San Francisco Chronicle
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Level 10 Construction Joins San Francisco Gold RushSource: San Francisco Business Times