RN-74

Ground-Floor Interior Build-Out of a High-End Restaurant Space Including a Centrally Located Full Service Bar and Atrium Dining

KEY STATISTICS

Location:

San Francisco, CA

Client:

301 Mission Restaurant, LLC / Millenium Partners

Scale:

4,220 square feet

1 level above grade

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LEED Certification:

Specialties:

Delivery Model:

GMP/GMAX

Architect:

Handel Architects LLP

RN-74 located in San Francisco, CA is a tenant improvement of a Type III restaurant project. The project is designed by Handel Architects LLP. This GMP/GMAX project totals 4,220 square feet throughout one structure with one level above grade.

Located in the ground-floor of the 301 Mission mid-rise building at the corner of Mission and Beale, this 4,220 square foot interior build-out includes a 1,800 square foot kitchen designed by Mark Stech-Novaka, with an array of unique high-end finishes.

Webcor self-performed rough/finish carpentry, cabinetry and millwork, doors, frames and finish hardware, and building specialties.

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