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42-Story St. Regis Museum Tower

Developer - Starwood Hotels and Carpenter & Company

Lead Design Architect - Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

General Contractor - Webcor Builders

Concrete Contractor - Webcor Concrete

Rebar Supplier - RPS Regional Steel

Welded Reinforcement Grid Supplier - BauTech, Inc.

The St Regis Museum Tower is a 42-story hotel, condominium and cultural center development, located next door to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), across the street from Yerba Buena Gardens at the corner of Third and Mission Streets in San Francisco.  The new 484-foot tall structure has its foundation four stories below street level and incorporates, with the help of a major retrofit, the existing, historic Williams Building. The new building features 4 floors of underground parking, 5 floors of hotel public space, 16 floors occupied by a five-star hotel and there are 19 floors of condominiums. The 9-story Williams Building houses a restaurant, spa, a portion of the African American Cultural Center and hotel offices.  The hotel offers professionally trained and accredited concierge and butler services, a signature restaurant, state-of-the-art spa, a casual cafe, two lounges and 12,760 square feet of meeting space, including a 5,000 square foot ballroom.

Floors 22-40 features approximately 100 one - to four bedroom residential condominiums and penthouses ranging from 1,400 to 5,600 square feet. Condominium residents are also be able to take advantage of the total amenities offered at the hotel.

The structure incorporates a cast-in-place concrete moment frame, shear core-wall and post-tensioned deck system, clad with architectural pre-cast, glazing and stone. Some of the finest interior finishes in the city will be found in the five-star hotel. Residents of the condominiums have dramatic views of the southern areas of San Francisco. 

5/8" Diameter BauGrid® Welded Reinforcement Grids were used in the shearwall boundary elements of the 42-story structure.

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Revised: 04/15/04.
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