San Francisco, CA
5M is a fully entitled, mixed-use development in downtown San Francisco. The project incorporates innovative ways to redevelop large-scale urban sites by bringing together diverse uses and programming influenced by the SoMa neighborhood and community. In a partnership with the Hearst Corporation, Brookfield Properties is transforming empty parking lots and underutilized warehouses into a vibrant pedestrian experience with new public open spaces, housing, offices, retail and restored historic buildings. A 648,000-square-foot Class A office building, 415 Natoma Street, is scheduled to open in late 2021. The building includes retail and ground floor uses, with a collection of retailers and restaurants curated to fit the neighborhood. 5M will also create 856 residential units at The George and future phases, including units designated for middle to moderate-income households, seniors and formerly homeless families. 5M is the city's first private project to localize affordable housing on-site, within the same block and in the immediate neighborhood. Approximately 49,000-square-feet of parks, rooftop gardens, play areas and open space will offer daily programming to include community arts and cultural events and more. Two historic buildings, the Camelline and the Dempster Building (a former printing house), will both be repurposed as signature features on the site.
750acre, three-building development in Dallas Fort-Worth
Two 36' clear cross-dock buildings with 100 doors each
One 32' clear cross-dock building with 54 dock doors
Efficient access to highways 183, 161 & 114
In between Dallas (20 miles) and Fort-Worth (23 miles) CBDs
Combined parking for over 1,000 cars and 345 trailers
Adaptive historical mixed-use complex?
H1 targeting LEED® + WELL® certifications?
M2 targeting LEED® + Fitwel® certifications?
Site/Horizontal/Parks targeting Fitwel® community certification?