Mitsui Fudosan America Press Releases and Articles

Giants and Tishman Speyer reveal Mission Rock’s first retail tenants

San Francisco, CA

One of the country’s best croissants is coming to the Mission Rock development in San Francisco.

Arsicault — whose flaky pastries received national acclaim when the Richmond District bakery got Bon Appetit’s “Best New Bakery” prize in 2016 and more recently was determined by Yelp to have one of the top five croissants in the country — will open its third location at the Mission Bay development across from Oracle Park. Owner Armando Lacayo said Mission Rock “represents the future of San Francisco,” and that in addition to the usual baked goods that bring customers to its original Richmond District location, and second Civic Center location, the new outpost will also be “a laboratory for new products.”

Lowe and Mitsui Fudosan America Complete Gallery 64 Apartments and Rubell Museum DC – Final Component of Mixed-Use Redevelopment of Historic Former Randall Junior High School

Washington, DC

Lowe and joint venture partner Mitsui Fudosan America, Inc. (MFA) announced today the completion of Gallery 64, a 492-unit, 12-story apartment building, which is the final piece of the 500,000-square-foot arts-focused redevelopment of the former Randall Junior High School in Southwest DC. Located at 64 H Street SW, Gallery 64 offers modern residences infused with arts and culture, featuring significant art installations throughout the building, and connected to the Rubell Museum DC by an expansive landscaped, public courtyard where residents, museum visitors and neighbors can congregate.