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The California Automobile Association Building is an office tower located in San Francisco's Civic Center near the San Francisco City Hall on Van Ness Avenue. The building, completed in 1974, stands 400 feet (122 m) and has 29 floors of office space housing the California State Automobile Association.
Central Tower is a 91 m (299 ft) 21 floor of office building at Market- and Third-Streets in San Francisco, California. The building has undergone numerous renovations since its completion in 1898 as the Call Building and later, the Spreckels Building. The building first housed the San Francisco Call and was named accordingly until the newspaper's merger in 1913. It was then called the Spreckles Building after the newspaper's owner John D. Spreckels, and his father Claus Spreckels.
"555 Market Street" redirects here. This is not to be confused with "555 California Street" The 575 Market Street tower of Market Center, originally known as the Standard Oil Buildings and later The Chevron Towers, is a skyscraper located in downtown San Francisco's Financial District on Market Street. 575 Market Street is a 40 story, 574 foot (175 m) office skyscraper completed in 1975. As its previous names suggest, Chevron Corporation was once headquartered here.
One Sansome Street, also known as Citigroup Center, is an office skyscraper located at the intersection of Sutter and Sansome Streets in the Financial District of San Francisco, Californianear Market Street. The 168 m (551 ft), 39 floor, 545,000 sq ft (50,600 m) office tower was completed in 1984. One Sansome Street was acquired by Beacon Capital Partners LLC from BayernLB in 2005 for $217 million or $394.55 per ft² ($4,247.32 per m²).
The Commercial Union Assurance Building is an 16-story office building located in San Francisco's financial district. The building, completed in 1921, stands 308 feet (94 m) tall, equaling the height of the San Francisco City Hall. Both the San Francisco City Hall and the Commercial Union Assurance Building were San Francisco's tallest building(s) until 1922. The much taller 555 California Street stands to the west of this Renaissance-revival styled building.
Embarcadero West is an office skyscraper located in the Financial District of San Francisco, California. The building is part of the Embarcadero Center, which is a complex of five office towers and two hotels. The skyscraper, completed in 1989, stands 404 feet (123 m) tall with 34 stories. Embarcadero West is not connected physically to the other buildings.
For the Embarcadero Center complex, see Embarcadero Center Four Embarcadero Center is an office skyscraper located in San Francisco's Financial District. The building is part of the Embarcadero Center, which is a complex of six interconnected buildings and one off-site extension. The skyscraper, completed in 1982, stands 570 ft (174 m) tall with 45 stories.
The Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco, California, near the Moscone Center, is a hotel tower located on Market Street. The hotel houses a 277 guest room four-star hotel (Four Seasons Hotel), 142 condos, and retail stores. Non-linear viscous dampers located at the top of the hotel tower help dampen some of the wind sway due to powerful winds off the Pacific Ocean since the hotel stands 398 feet (121 m) tall.
Archstone Fox Plaza is a 29-story building located at 1390 Market Street in the Civic Center area of San Francisco. Built in 1966, the tower stands 354 ft (108 m) on the site of the former historic Fox Theatre at 1350 Market, which was opened in June 1929 and demolished in 1963. The first twelve floors contain office space. Unlike many buildings, Fox Plaza has a 13th floor actually labeled "13", although this floor is the service floor and is not rented out.