450 Sutter

450 Sutter offers elegant suites starting at 500 rentable square feet, with many offering spectacular sweeping views of Union Square, the San Francisco Bay, the Financial District, and Coit Tower. Recent renovations include new operable windows, new heating system, new energy-saving lighting, new security system with cameras on every floor, high-speed internet service, and corridor renovation.

450 Sutter

450 Sutter offers elegant suites starting at 500 rentable square feet, with many offering spectacular sweeping views of Union Square, the San Francisco Bay, the Financial District, and Coit Tower. Recent renovations include new operable windows, new heating system, new energy-saving lighting, new security system with cameras on every floor, high-speed internet service, and corridor renovation.

History

450 Sutter has been called one of the most unique and beautiful buildings in San Francisco and is part of the National Register of Historic Places. The building was conceived by Francis Edward Morgan Jr., an eccentric dentist, and Timothy Pflueger, a famed San Francisco architect. Pflueger’s unique style was achieved by combining ancient Mayan Culture with the Art Deco movement. 450 Sutter opened on October 15, 1929, just nine days before Black Thursday, the Wall Street crash, and the beginning of The Great Depression.

History

450 Sutter has been called one of the most unique and beautiful buildings in San Francisco and is part of the National Register of Historic Places. The building was conceived by Francis Edward Morgan Jr., an eccentric dentist, and Timothy Pflueger, a famed San Francisco architect. Pflueger’s unique style was achieved by combining ancient Mayan Culture with the Art Deco movement. 450 Sutter opened on October 15, 1929, just nine days before Black Thursday, the Wall Street crash, and the beginning of The Great Depression.

History

450 Sutter has been called one of the most unique and beautiful buildings in San Francisco and is part of the National Register of Historic Places. The building was conceived by Francis Edward Morgan Jr., an eccentric dentist, and Timothy Pflueger, a famed San Francisco architect. Pflueger’s unique style was achieved by combining ancient Mayan Culture with the Art Deco movement. 450 Sutter opened on October 15, 1929, just nine days before Black Thursday, the Wall Street crash, and the beginning of The Great Depression.

Restored Glory

In August 1963, the 450 Sutter Building was purchased by Schnitzer Properties. Schnitzer Properties is very proud to own and manage 450 Sutter and continually invests and modernizes the building.

From 2007-2010, Schnitzer Properties undertook a massive restoration. The 3 year project was one of the largest building restorations in San Francisco history and restored the building’s terra cotta facade, replacing thousands of the original 1929 worn out tiles. 450 Sutter has been called one of the most unique and beautiful buildings in the city and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.

Restored Glory

In August 1963, the 450 Sutter Building was purchased by Schnitzer Properties. Schnitzer Properties is very proud to own and manage 450 Sutter and continually invests and modernizes the building.

From 2007-2010, Schnitzer Properties undertook a massive restoration. The 3 year project was one of the largest building restorations in San Francisco history and restored the building’s terra cotta facade, replacing thousands of the original 1929 worn out tiles. 450 Sutter has been called one of the most unique and beautiful buildings in the city and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.

RESTORED GLORY

In August 1963, the 450 Sutter Building was purchased by Schnitzer Properties. Schnitzer Properties is very proud to own and manage 450 Sutter and continually invests and modernizes the building.

From 2007-2010, Schnitzer Properties undertook a massive restoration. The 3 year project was one of the largest building restorations in San Francisco history and restored the building’s terra cotta facade, replacing thousands of the original 1929 worn out tiles. 450 Sutter has been called one of the most unique and beautiful buildings in the city and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.

Awards

2016 BOMA Pacific Southwest Medical Office TOBY Award
2015 BOMA San Francisco BOMA Oakland / East Bay Medical Office TOBY Award
BOMA 360 Designated Building
2015 BOMA Pacific Southwest Medical Office TOBY Award
2014 BOMA San Francisco BOMA Oakland / East Bay Medical Office TOBY Award

Awards
Awards

2016 BOMA Pacific Southwest Medical Office TOBY Award

2015 BOMA San Francisco BOMA Oakland / East Bay Medical Office TOBY Award

BOMA 360 Designated Building

2015 BOMA Pacific Southwest Medical Office TOBY Award

2014 BOMA San Francisco BOMA Oakland / East Bay Medical Office TOBY Award

Location

450 Sutter is well located in Union Square, just steps away from the Financial District, Nob Hill, Chinatown, and SOMA. On-site amenities include a bank, the Sutter Street Cafe & Deli, a tenant lounge, and conference facilities with 24/7 access. The convenient location is within walking distance of many public transportation systems including BART, SF Muni, and SamTrans.

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Location

450 Sutter is well located in Union Square, just steps away from the Financial District, Nob Hill, Chinatown, and SOMA. On-site amenities include a bank, the Sutter Street Cafe & Deli, a tenant lounge, and conference facilities with 24/7 access. The convenient location is within walking distance of many public transportation systems including BART, SF Muni, and SamTrans.

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