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MetLife, Partners to Develop Office Tower Near Transbay Transit Center in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — A joint venture between MetLife, the John Buck Company and Golub Real Estate have announced plans to build Park Tower at Transbay, a 743,000-square-foot office tower near the Transbay Transit Center in San Francisco. The Class A tower will be located at Howard and Beale streets.

The project will be a component of the Transbay Transit Center, a multi-billion-dollar redevelopment project that will feature residential, commercial and transportation facilities just three blocks from the San Francisco Bay.

Park Tower at Transbay will feature 14 sky decks, as well as a ground-level park and a three-story lobby. The completion of the office complex is expected to coincide with the scheduled completion of the Transbay Transit Center.

MetLife is an equity investor in the partnership, while John Buck and Golub are the developers. JLL is handling the project’s leasing.

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