Curbed — “This Studio Gang building is exactly what Mission Bay needs”

"This in-progress residential high-rise is what Mission Bay, a neighborhood known for its many new, albeit listless structures, needs. Mission Rock Building F, as it’s called, looks like that slightly askew stack of books on your desk. It’s mammoth but warm—and fun. It is, in a word, lovely.

Dreamed up by architect Jeanne Gang, plus two principals at Studio Gang, as well as Quezada Architecture, the tower’s unique form also serves a purpose. The floor plates are carved back at the corners to create outdoor terraces, built to allow for maximum sunlight and minimal wind."

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San Francisco Chronicle — “Waterfront towers are coming to Mission Rock. They won’t look like you’d expect”

"Gang’s 23-story residential tower would be the most startling of all — an almost willfully precarious stack of floors that shuffle out and back so that every three levels there’d be a cliff-like shared terrace for residents."


San Francisco Business Times — “'Bold' designs mark Giants, Tishman Speyer vision for $1 billion Mission Rock”

"Sure to garner the most attention will be Studio Gang’s and Quezada Architecture’s off-kilter residential tower. Its stepped podium leads to planted terraces and raked seating, offering views of the public square. But its tower is what stands: with floors askew, it resembles either the Jenga building-block game or rocky outcroppings of chert found around the city."