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450 Sutter is a 26-floor office tower located in San Francisco, California. It is known for its unique "neo-Mayan" Art Deco design by architect Timothy L. Pflueger. The building's vertically faceted exterior later influenced Pietro Belluschi in his similarly faceted exterior of 555 California, the former Bank of America Center completed in 1969. Currently, the building is used for dental, medical and professional offices.
50 California Street is a massive office tower located on San Francisco's California Street in the Financial District. The 37 story, 487 feet (148 m) tower was completed in 1972. There is an elegant plaza located at the foot of the building. The building is owned and operated by the Shorenstein Company.
50 Fremont Center is a office skyscraper rising 600 ft. (183 m) up from Fremont and Mission Street on the boundary of the San Francisco's Financial District and South of Market Area (SOMA). The tower has 43 stories and was completed in 1985. 50 Fremont street was developed and owned by Fremont Properties who sold the building in 2000, which was later purchased by Hines, who in turn sold the property to TIAA-CREF in early 2005.
509 Howard Street (also called Foundry Square III) is a proposed skyscraper set to rise in San Francisco's South of Market district. It will be one of four high-rise towers at an integrated site called Foundry Square. The tower will stand 500 feet (152 m) above street level. The skyscraper project is notable for exceeding the local 200 foot (61 m) height limit by a wide margin. The building, when built, will soar significantly taller than most buildings in the surrounding area.
555 Mission Street is a 33 story, 458 ft (140 m) office tower in the South of Market area of San Francisco, California. Construction of the tower began in 2007 and the tower was finished on September 18, 2008. The building is the first in a new generation of office towers in San Francisco's downtown. In addition, this is one out of several new highrise projects completed or under construction on Mission Street since 2000, like The Paramount, the St.
580 California Street is a high rise completed in 1987 in the Financial District of San Francisco, California. The postmodern, 107 m (351 ft), 23 storey tower is bordered by Kearny Street and California Street. There are twelve statues by Muriel Castanis on the 23rd floor, described as "The Corporate Goddesses".
595 Market Street is a skyscraper in San Francisco, California. The building rises 410 feet (125 meters) in the northern region of San Francisco’s Financial District. It contains 30 floors, and was completed in 1979. 595 Market Street currently stands as the 37th-tallest building in the city. The architect who designed the building was Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. It is one of the few hexagonal-shaped skyscrapers in the city.
650 California Street, also known as the Hartford Building, is a 34 story, 142 m, (466 feet) office tower on the northwestern edge of San Francisco's Financial District. The tower is located on California Street on the edge of Chinatown, and not far from 555 California Street. 650 California is visible from every direction except from the southeast, where the Financial District skyscrapers block the view.
555 California Street, formerly Bank of America Center, is a 52-story, 779 ft (237.4 m) skyscraper in San Francisco, California. It is the second tallest building in the city and a focal point of the Financial District. Completed in 1969, the tower served as the world headquarters of Bank of America until the 1998 merger with NationsBank, when company moved its headquarters to Charlotte, North Carolina.