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    The mystery building is half of the Centennial Towers, developed by Myers Development and designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

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    SOUTH CITY: What's that lonely office building at the foot of San Bruno Mountain in South City? It's half of the Centennial Towers, developed by Myers Development and designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. The taller tower of Phase II was iced in November, and word is Phase I will be struggling for a while to get tenants. At least most of you seemed to like the design.

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    SOMA: And a new question: What's the story with 48 Tehama? A reader points us to a funkalicious design by BAR Architects that they call "sustainable and visually striking," but "not trendy." The 19 floors will house a hotel, offices, and residences. There's also an older design for 48 Tehama by KTA Architects. Likely nothing happening anytime soon, but we wonder who the mystery developer is.

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