San Francisco’s Top Ten Building Permits of 2017

National Building Permit Database, San Francisco, MANICA Architects, Warriors Stadium, Oceanwide Center, Mission Residential Tower, Oceanwide Center

By Kelsey Graeber

The research team at BuildZoom used our National Building Permit Database to identify the ten most expensive construction permits of 2017. You can explore the ten major projects below.

1. Warriors Stadium
Architects: MANICA Architects, Gensler
Contractor: Kendal Heaton Associates Inc.
Job Value: $780,500,000

Chase Center MANICA Architects

2. Oceanwide Center (Residential Tower)
Architects: Foster + Partners, Heller Manus Architects
Contractor: Swinerton/Webcor Jv
Job Value: $520,000,000

Source: Skyscraper Center

3. 1500 Mission Residential Tower
Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Contractor: Charles Pankow Builders Ltd
Job Value: $400,000,000

Source: Urban Land Institute

4. Oceanwide Center (Hotel Tower)
Architects: Foster + Partners, Heller Manus Architects
Contractor: Swinerton/Webcor Jv
Job Value: $270,000,000

Source: Foster + Partners

 

5. Condos at 75 Howard
Architects: SOM
Contractor: Swinerton
Job Value: $146,916,000

Source: The Registry

6. 950-974 Market
Architects: Handel Architects
Contractor: Lend Lease (us) Construction Inc
Job Value: $143,982,500

Source: SF Housing Action Coalition

7. 1395 22nd Street Apartments
Architects: Leavitt Architecture
Contractor: Perry Architectus Inc.
Job Value: $110,000,000

Source: Socket Site

8. Warriors Stadium Offices 1 & 2
Architects: MEI Architects
Contractor: Kendal Heaton Associates Inc.
Job Value: $87,500,000

Source: Socket Site

9. 1066 Market Street
Architects: Arquitectonica
Contractor: Swinerton
Job Value: $86,400,000

Source: Socket Site

10. 2070 Bryant Street
Architects: BDE Architecture
Contractor: Build Group Inc
Job Value: $50,000,000

Source: SF Housing Action Coalition

San Francisco Construction Professionals:
You can view our list of top San Francisco construction professionals – including general contractors, subcontractors, and architects – here, at our San Francisco Listing Page.

Methodology:
This list includes all permit types that were issued by the building department in 2017, regardless of the date of application. All information is provided by the building department, but descriptions may have been adjusted for readability. Original permit descriptions are available on each project’s property page, which you can find on our San Francisco Permit Map.

Kelsey Graeber
Having grown up in Los Angeles and studied in New York, Kelsey is fascinated by how the built environment shapes our understanding of people, culture, and well-being. Her work is at the intersection of design, research, and marketing. She enjoys traveling, reading, and eating food that requires chopsticks.

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