Project Description

706 Mission

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

706 Mission project comprises two buildings. 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 feature a connection and restoration of the 115-year-old historic Aronson Building. The project also features 5-star hotel-style amenities.

The skills and craftsmanship of SME Steel are prominent throughout this project.

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