A floor-by-floor di­a­gram of the tran­sit cen­ter.

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The re­place­ment for the old Trans­bay Ter­mi­nal is de­signed to func­tion as both a bus sta­tion and a civic des­ti­na­tion. Bus ser­vice should be­gin with roughly 15,000 rid­ers a day, while the cen­ter’s re­tail spa­ces and rooftop park are in­tended to at­tract visi­tors from the high-rise neigh­bor­hood sprout­ing around it. A con­tem­po­rary twist? The name will be Sales­force Tran­sit Cen­ter – af­ter the lo­cal soft­ware firm, which signed a 25-year spon­sor­ship agree­ment val­ued at $110 mil­lion.

Di­rect el­e­va­tor to ground level Am­phithe­ater El­e­va­tor (no exit) El­e­va­tor Restau­rant Ground cover mound El­e­va­tor (no exit) Sky­light Es­ca­la­tor Lobby for Grey­hound and Am­trak Es­ca­la­tor, el­e­va­tor and stairs El­e­vato Wa­ter foun­tai El­e­va­tor Esc (to B Di t

Rooftop park: The 5.4-acre City Park was con­ceived by Berke­ley’s PWP Land­scape Ar­chi­tec­ture as an in­ter­locked set of pub­lic spa­ces – there is a pic­nic meadow, a play­ground and a jog­ging path amid hillocks and botan­i­cal dis­plays in­clud­ing 60 species of...

The al­leys: The tran­sit cen­ter is in­tended to have ground-floor ac­tiv­ity on all sides, in­clud­ing the long-quiet al­ley­ways of Minna and Natoma streets. This view of the cen­ter’s west flank shows shops along Natoma Street be­neath the me­tal awning, with...

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