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Mills Building

Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977, the Mills Building is one of San Francisco’s architectural gems. Located at 220 Montgomery Street in the financial district, the Mills Building sports a decorative façade of terra cotta, brick and marble with intricately carved designs. Built in 1890, it

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300 Montgomery

300 Montgomery Street is the result of two distinct design campaigns which occurred in 1917 and 1941. The oldest portion of 300 Montgomery Street, originally a Bank of America, was designed by George Kelham. In 1941, the building was significantly expanded, doubling its size to fill the entire street wall

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Hoover Tower

Constructed between 1939 and 1941, the 285-foot tall Hoover Tower is the tallest building on Stanford University’s campus and stands as one of its most prominent landmarks. Built to house the Herbert Hoover Library of War and Peace, the building is a steel frame structure encased in concrete with concrete

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501 Second Street

Now a unique seven-story office building, 501 Second Street was originally built as a warehouse in 1925. Located along the Second Street Corridor, the building underwent a complete renovation in 1985 including a seismic upgrade and the addition of three floors and a terrace. Now part of the rapidly expanding

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115 Sansome

Designed in 1912 by Benjamin Greer McDougall for the Standard Oil Company, 115 Sansome is located at the corner of Bush and Sansome Streets in the Financial District of San Francisco. This fourteen-story building has a three-part architectural composition detailed in the Beaux-Arts style. The base of the building is

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Land’s End Retaining Wall

In 1923, the City and County of San Francisco Department of Public Works built two retaining walls near Fort Miley in conjunction with the construction of El Camino Del Mar. The walls would have prevented the existing slope from encroaching onto the privately owned Market Street Railway right of way.

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Flood Building

The Flood building is a 12-story, 300,000-square-foot office building located in the heart of San Francisco at the intersection of Market and Powell Streets. It was one of the few buildings to survive the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, remaining an important landmark along San Francisco’s most famous commercial

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