In the mid-to-late 2000s, San Francisco experienced a boom in new skyscraper development, with hotel, residential and office towers sprouting up along Mission Street and the greater South of Market neighborhood. That boom is now dead — so much so that one developer who had begun digging a foundation for his new building called it quits in 2008 and filled the hole.

But many San Francisco real estate, land use and development attorneys remain busy these days. While the pipeline for new, “one-off” skyscrapers is dry, massive multibuilding projects are still being developed throughout the Bay Area by large public or nonprofit institutions, and by public-private partnerships in redevelopment districts like Hunters Point.

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