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Salesforce Tower Tops Off at 1070 Feet

Salesforce Tower Tops Off at 1070 Feet
Building and Construction Trades union members and elected officials joined developers Boston Properties, Inc. and Hines on April 6 to celebrate the topping off of the Salesforce Tower, which ... MORE

Building Trades Unions Set Legislative Priorities at National Conference

Building Trades Unions Set Legislative Priorities at National Conference
North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU) held its Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C., from April 2 to April 5, where Building Trades union members got an opportunity to learn ... MORE

Preliminary Work Started on Folsom Bay Tower

Preliminary Work Started on Folsom Bay Tower
General contractor Lendlease has begun preliminary site work at Tishman Speyer’s Folsom Bay Tower project at 160 Folsom in the Transbay Transit District. Work before the official ... MORE

Planning Commission Approves 555 Howard Street Project

Planning Commission Approves 555 Howard Street Project
The San Francisco Planning Commission unanimously approved the 36-story, mixed-use, 385-foot tall high-rise tower proposed for 555 Howard Street at its March 2 meeting. The project by ... MORE

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