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Alex Popov | November 16, 2005

A nondescript building just north of the Bay Bridge anchorage in the City has been torn down. That building was known as the "Union 76 Building" then the "B of A" building. It was a familiar sight coming back into the City on the Bay Bridge. Now two new residential towers are planned:

"Urban West Associates, the San Diego-based developer who purchased the Bank of America clock tower building in 2003, is breaking ground on a two-tower residential development that, when completed in 2007, will become one of San Francisco's tallest landmarks."

Looking closer at the image, you can see the Bay Bridge roadway- these towers are going to be huge! I like the design- sleek with colors that will compliment the Bay, the Fog and the sunshine.

Posted by: Alex Popov Commercial Sales and Leasing Specialist
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Posted 14 years, 4 months ago on November 16, 2005
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