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The Harbor Village Resort was a proposed complex of three skyscrapers intended for San Francisco's India Basin in the Bayview-Hunters Point district. To be located on Hudson Street, the mixed-use complex would have consisted of a 250-boat marina and three 61 story skyscrapers towering 650 feet (198 m) over the marina. The three towers, to be named Harbor Village Resort I, II & III, would be spaced 300 ft (91 m) apart.
Hilton San Francisco Union Square is a skyscraper hotel located several blocks south-west of Union Square in San Francisco, California. The 46-storey, 493 ft (150 m) Tower I, was completed in 1971, with the addition of Tower II at 348 ft (106 m) and 23 floors completed in 1987. The complex is currently the West Coast's largest hotel with 1,908 hotel rooms, and is one of the tallest structures representing the Brutalist architecture.
The InterContinental San Francisco at 888 Howard Street is a highrise hotel in San Francisco, California. The hotel is 340 feet (104 m) tall and has 32 stories containing 550 hotel rooms, operated by the InterContinental Hotels Group. The hotel is next to the Moscone West Center, completed in 2003. The hotel opened on February 28, 2008. There is a two level underground garage and a six floor podium housing hotel amenities.
The JP MorganChase Building is an office building in San Francisco, California, 650 Mission Street, on the border between South of Market and the Financial Districts. Designed by architect Cesar Pelli, the building stands 128 m, 420 feet tall and has about 655,000 square feet or 60,900 square metres of office space. It also has two levels of underground parking and a large plaza. About 400,000 sq ft (37,000 m) of the building is leased to the major tenant JP Morgan Chase.
The Millennium Tower is a 58-story highrise residential condominium completed in 2009 in the San Francisco Financial District, South of Market. The footprint from which the blue-gray glass, late-modernist tower is bounded by Mission-, Fremont-, and Beale-Streets, and the north end of the Transbay Terminal. The building was opened to residents on 23 April 2009.
The Montgomery Washington Tower is an A Class mixed-use high-rise building in San Francisco's Financial District, directly across from the Transamerica Pyramid. The north side of the building has views of Coit Tower, while the east side faces the San Francisco Bay. It has a structural height of 91 meters (299 ft) and contains 26 floors of residential and office space. The uppermost six floors are luxury residences.
One Bush Plaza also known as the Crown-Zellerbach Building is an office building on from Bush Street and Battery Street at Market Street in the Financial District of San Francisco, California. The 20 storey 94 metres (310 ft) building was completed in 1959. The building was once the headquarters of the Crown-Zellerbach, a Fortune 500 forestry and paper products conglomerate acquired in 1986 by the James River Company, which in turn became a part of Georgia-Pacific in 2000.
One California is a skyscraper in San Francisco, California. The building rises 438 feet (134 meters) in the northern region of San Francisco’s Financial District. It contains 32 floors, and was completed in 1969. One California currently stands as the 28th-tallest building in the city. The architect who designed the building was Welton Becket Associates.