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Lendlease resumes work on 47-story Hayes Point condo tower in SF
Lendlease has resumed building a 47-story condominium tower in San Francisco’s Hub following a temporary halt due to concerns that the massive mixed-use project could negatively impact nearby underground transit lines, according to multiple media outlets.
The $1.15 billion project, dubbed Hayes Point, began last summer and represents the largest Lendlease investment in the U.S. The firm was ordered to halt work in late February when BART requested additional analysis to demonstrate that the project would not adversely impact the adjacent Van Ness Muni station and the BART tunnel.
Lendlease must satisfy several requirements to ensure there aren’t any negative effects on BART’s infrastructure during or after construction. These include the submission of a structural evaluation analysis to BART by the end of April.
BART retains the authority to withdraw its approval of the project and require Lendlease to address any negative effects if the report finds a