Construction Halts on San Francisco’s $1.2 Billion Hayes Point Tower Due to Rising Crime & Homeless

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In the latest twist of city development, the $1.2 billion Hayes Point tower project in San Francisco’s downtown, which was primed to offer 333 residential units and a substantial 290,000 square feet of commercial space, has been indefinitely shelved. What’s the catch? A lethal cocktail of skyrocketing crime rates, burgeoning homelessness, and a rapidly changing commercial real estate landscape thanks to work-from-home dynamics. The once-thriving cityscape now seems riddled with challenges as retailers flee and consumers hesitate to engage. When the city’s attempts to rejuvenate face the ground realities of closed stores, tightened security measures, and a skeptical developer community, one has to wonder: Is San Francisco’s glory truly behind it?

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