706 Mission - The Mexican Museum, is a new proposed 550-foot tall residential tower and museum in downtown San Francisco. The 47-story tower will house up to 215 residential units, as well as space for the Mexican Museum on levels one through four. The tower and museum will connect to the adjacent 1903 Aronson Building, which will be restored and rehabilitated as part of the project. The Aronson building will house a residential lobby, ground-level retail space, space for the Museum on levels two through four, and either residential or office space on levels 5 through 10.
Handel Architects is collaborating with Page & Turnbull on the restoration and rehabilitation of the Aronson building, and with Enrique Norten for the Mexican Museum interiors.