Height cut for 35-story residential tower planned on Mid-Market parking lot

Developer Build’s plan for a 35-story residential tower on a site currently a surface parking lot owned by luxury retailer Nordstrom in San Francisco has been reduced to the tune of 22 percent, SocketSite reports.

The project, costing between $200 million and $300 million to construct, originally was set to reach the height of 366 feet, yet new numbers by architecture firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz show the tower to be only 284 feet tall.

SocketSite also reports that the unit count has increased…

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