100 Hooper Street, a New Mixed-Use/PDR Development Coming to San FranciscoMay 24 2017 · 0 comments · Mixed-Use, NISHKIAN MENNINGER ·0
Formerly a storage site, the 3.3-acre lot at 100 and 150 Hooper Street in San Francisco just off of 7th Street and Mission Bay Dr. is being developed into office space and manufacturing space. Zoning requirements in San Francisco’s Design District dictate that one-third of the space must remain industrial space. The ground level of each building has been designed as such. This development will be ideal for a technology company requiring production space. 100 Hooper will feature an “urban farm” and solar panels on the roof.
100 Hooper comprises the majority of the site’s area. 100 Hooper is two long buildings connected by two “skybridges” at the second and third floors. The two buildings total 427,255 square feet of leasable space. Both buildings are four stories of concrete construction, utilizing shear walls and post-tensioned slabs. The two skybridges are steel, utilizing concentric braced frames as their lateral force resisting systems. The skybridges are connected to the buildings at one end by a frictionless surface, allowing the two buildings to move independently in a seismic event.
Developer Kilroy Realty Corporation collaborated with design architect Pfau Long Architecture, and implementation architect Forge Architecture on the design of this new PDR development in the city’s Potrero Hill. The general contractor is DPR Construction, and Nishkian Menninger served as the structural engineer for 100 & 150 Hooper Street. For photos and more information about the project and development, please visit 100 Hooper.