350 Mission Street is a new Class A, 30-story, LEED Platinum office building located in the heart of the city’s most ambitious developments, including the Transbay Transit Center, a $4.5 billion project with a regional transit hub, and Salesforce Tower, the centerpiece of the San Francisco Transbay redevelopment plan.
The building was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and has a dramatic 5-story lobby along with a 80’ by 40’ media wall. In addition, there is a 6,500 square foot Michael Mina full service restaurant on the mezzanine level along with Michael Minna’s Lobby Bar and Lobby Café in the lobby.
The building is clad in floor-to-ceiling high efficiency insulated glazing and aluminum panels. All facades have highly efficient, dual pane, tinted, insulated vision glass at non-core locations.
The building has six (6) destination dispatch type passenger elevators, one (1) freight elevator and one (1) shuttle elevator manufactured and installed by Otis Elevator Company. Employing state-of-the-art computer software, the destination control elevator system requires fewer cabs and delivers occupants directly to their floors faster and with substantial energy savings. The elevator cab finishes include mirrored glass walls, stainless steel ceilings and stone floors.
350 Mission Street is a high-rise building with a fully compliant life safety system that includes fire sprinklers and smoke detectors in all tenant and common areas. In addition, the building is equipped with a computer based expandable energy management system. The building has an access control system which uses proximity type cards and card readers for select building entries.
Recognitions & Awards
350 Mission achieved a Platinum Certification in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. LEED is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. To receive LEED certification, building projects satisfy prerequisites and earn points to achieve difference levels of certification. Platinum is the highest certification level.
In addition 350 Mission was selected in 2016 as the Architectural Engineering Project of the Year by the San Francisco chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The award recognizes new San Francisco developments focused on advancing "the limits of engineering to achieve visionary architecture".
The lobby contains an 80’ x 40’ media wall which is the key feature of the 350 Mission Street Public Art program. The Media Wall was designed by award winning media artist Refik Anadol. Mr. Anadol is renowned in the fields of live audio/visual performances and immersive architectural installations. In particular, his work explores the hybrid spaces of the digital and physical worlds, using contemporary algorithms to create poetics of space and also art and technology in never-before-seen ways to create groundbreaking relationships between an audience and the environment.