Hayes Point is an 824,000-square-foot, 47-story residential and office building located in the new “Hub” of San Francisco, an area created by the confluence of commercial, civic, and cultural uses at the corner of Market and Van Ness.
Targeting LEED Platinum
Clad in a rich texture of linen-hued panels with deep, bronze-toned window surrounds, the building’s façade is detailed with delicate twists and features a prominently chiseled corner.
The building’s nine-story podium is comprised of 234,000 square feet of open office space surrounded by walls of expansive electrochromic glass, allowing customizable access to daylight year-round. Along with a high-performance, fresh air circulating mechanical system, each level also features a large outdoor terrace for tenants. The project will be all-electric and is targeting LEED Platinum, as well as WELL Silver and WiredScore Gold certifications for the office component.
Entering the building under a sculptural and wind-tempering canopy, the office lobby is a welcoming and expansive multi-use space that is closely connected to the surrounding neighborhood through double-height glazing.
The residential tower rises 38 stories above and includes 333 condominium units ranging from studios to three bedrooms. The residential amenity floor is located on the tenth floor and offers green space and outdoor lounge areas, including a solarium and spa. At the top of the tower, six residential units open onto a series of private terraces.