The 18th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built is Four Embarcadero Center, an iconic waterfront landmark in the San Francisco skyline. It is also the tallest of the Embarcadero Center mega-development in…
The 19th tallest skyscraper in the Bay Area planned or built is One Embarcadero Center. One Embarcadero Center is the western-most of four look-a-like office buildings that have been a defining feature of San Francisco’s Financial District skyline since it was first erected in 1971. The mixed-use Embarcadero Center project was submitted to the city by David Rockefeller, John Portman, and Trammel-Crow.
The 20th tallest tower in the Bay Area planned or built is 44 Montgomery Street, built in San Francisco’s Financial District. Completed in 1967, the 565-foot tall structure surpassed 650 California Street’s pinnacle and became the tallest building in the United States west of Dallas. John Graham & Company, best known for the Seattle Space Needle, is responsible for the architecture.
One Sansome Street ranks as the 22nd tallest skyscraper in the Bay Area, planned or built. With a rooftop height 551 feet above street level, the structure is host to over half a million square feet of office space available in the Financial District since it opened in 1984. William L. Pereira & Associates, best remembered for designing the Transamerica Pyramid, was the architecture firm behind One Sansome.
Developers have applied for the variance application required for demolition at 570 Market Street, in San Francisco’s Financial District. A two-story retail build on-site will be cleared for a 29-story infill hotel tower with 240 guest rooms. The request comes after a shadow study submitted in early May. The Frontier Group is the project developer.