Fifteen Fifty, San Francisco
Engineering Urban Living
Located at 1550 Mission Street, the newly opened Fifteen Fifty building is a 39-story mixed‐use project located in the burgeoning mid-Market neighborhood. The project consists of a residential component (550 units), a podium, and a separate 465,000 square foot office building that now houses the San Francisco Public Works, Planning, and Building Inspection Departments.   The office building HVAC System consists of a central cooling plant located on the roof’s mechanical penthouse. The residential tower is served by a water source heat pump system.   Also notable is that Fifteen Fifty is now home to the first approved and operational greywater reuse system in San Francisco history, where a 7,500 gallon per day system provides highly purified reclaimed water for toilet and urinal flushing. The system is operated and maintained by CB Engineers affiliate Epic Cleantec.

Project Details

Project Type : Mixed-Use

Size : 1,200,000 sq ft

Location : San Francisco, California, US

Developer : Related California

Architect : SOM and HKS

Completion Date : Date: 2020

Distinctions : LEED Silver, First Approved Greywater Reuse System