Architectural Sites in San Francisco

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Architectural Sites in San Francisco

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
1360 Montgomery Street
In the 1947 film Dark Passage Humphrey Bogart plays an escaped...
Architectural Sites North Beach
 
Broadway and Webster Street estates
Broadway uptown, unlike its garish North Beach stretch, has plenty...
Architectural Sites Pacific Heights
 
Chinatown Gate
This is the official entrance to Chinatown. Stone lions flank...
Architectural Sites Chinatown
 
Chinese Six Companies
Once the White House of Chinatown, this striking building has...
Architectural Sites Chinatown
 
Coit Tower
Whether or not you agree that it resembles a fire-hose nozzle...
Architectural Sites North Beach
 
Franklin Street buildings
What at first looks like a stone facade on the Golden Gate Church...
Architectural Sites Pacific Heights
 
Hallidie Building
Named for cable-car inventor Andrew S. Hallidie, this 1918 structure...
Architectural Sites Union Square
 
Levi Strauss headquarters
The carefully landscaped complex appears so collegiate that it's...
Architectural Sites North Beach
 
Market Street buildings
The street, which bisects the city at an angle, has consistently...
Architectural Sites On the Waterfront
 
Old Chinese Telephone Exchange
After the 1906 earthquake, many Chinatown buildings were rebuilt...
Architectural Sites Chinatown
 
Pacific Union Club
The former home of silver baron James Flood cost a whopping $1.5...
Architectural Sites Nob Hill
 
Palace of Fine Arts
At first glance this stunning, rosy rococo palace seems to be...
Architectural Sites Marina
 
Red Victorian Bed & Breakfast Inn and Peace Center
By even the most generous accounts, the Summer of Love quickly...
Architectural Sites Haight
 
Sentinel Building
A striking triangular shape and a gorgeous green patina make...
Architectural Sites North Beach
 
Transamerica Pyramid
It's neither owned by Transamerica nor is it a pyramid, but this...
Architectural Sites On the Waterfront
 
Vallejo Steps area
Several Russian Hill buildings survived the 1906 earthquake and...
Architectural Sites Russian Hill
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