THE MEXICAN MUSEUM & FOUR SEASONS RESIDENCES (706 MISSION STREET)

Luxury Living in San Francisco with a Cultural Landmark Museum

KEY STATISTICS

Location:

San Francisco, CA

Client:

706 Mission Street Co, LLC

Scale:

700,000 square feet

14 and 47 levels above grade, 3 below

146 condominium units

2 buildings

LEED Certification:

Silver

Specialties:

Delivery Model:

GMP, GMAX

Architect:

Handel Architects

The Mexican Museum is the realization of the local vision to form an organization that would promote the rich culture of Mexico and Mexican-Americans. Over the years, the museum’s vision expanded to reflect the evolving scope of the Mexican, Chicano, Hispanic, Mexican-American, and Latino experience.The museum, relocated from a small obscure location at Fort Mason, is part of the Four Seasons Residences at 706 Mission located in San Francisco and is a ground-up and historic renovation of a Type I concrete mixed-use project. This project’s square footage is distributed across two structures with 45 levels above grade and three levels below grade. It includes 146 residential units; Subterranean parking totals 470 stalls. The project includes ground-level retail/restaurant shell space as well as a cultural museum coined ‘The Mexican Museum.’ The Four Seasons Residences at 706 Mission also features a connection and restoration of the 115-year-old historic Aronson Building. The project will offer 5-star hotel-style amenities. Webcor self-performed concrete, casework, millwork, doors and hardware, carpentry and building specialties on the project.

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