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The Oak

Much-Needed Housing Comes to San Francisco

Situated near the corners of Market Street and S. Van Ness, this residential project introduces nearly 110 units, over a dozen of which are priced below the market value, providing modern, mixed-use housing for this very high-demand market.

This textured look is made possible through the building’s structural slabs with a composite of glass and metal window walls that span floor to ceiling. DCI’s design eliminated seismic joints, steel braced frames and all steel framing at the bridge, providing more space and saving approximately 25 tons of steel.

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Location:
San Francisco, California
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Square Feet:
146,800
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Stories:
12
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Service:
Structural
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Industries:
Multi-Family Residential
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Primary Material:
Concrete

Project Highlights

  • Two 12-story towers are connected by an enclosed glass pedestrian bridge
  • Includes rooftop terrace with views of downtown San Francisco

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