Rincon Hill / Transbay / South of Market, San Francisco, Skyline

Check Out the Transbay Designs at Yerba Buena Center

On a few earlier posts on this blog, I provided some photos I took of models and posters of the 3 proposed entries in the design competition for the Transbay Transit Center and its accompanying signature tower. There were also links to many more pictures provided by the architects themselves on their websites.

If these photos are not enough to satisfy your curiosity, I highly recommend you take a look at the models and posters yourself, in person. These have been moved from City Hall and are now on display at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts at 3rd and Mission Streets, where they will remain for the next two weeks, until September 16.

The Transbay Joint Powers Authority is expected to announce the winner of the design competition on September 20, so I’ll be sure to have some more discussion about the designs and the winner when that date rolls around. For now, though, head over to Yerba Buena for a glimpse of San Francisco’s future.



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