555 California Street is a prominent fixture in the San Francisco skyline as the 2nd tallest building in the city and acts as an emblematic welcome to the Pacific Coast.
Located in the heart of the Financial District, the 52-story, 778 foot tower comprises the offices of some of the most recognizable names in the financial and creative media industries, including Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, and McKinsey and Company.
The modernist design allows for sprawling views of downtown San Francisco as well as the iconic Golden Gate and Bay Bridges. The downstairs plaza also offers numerous gourmet lunch options, on-site spa and gym as well as growing retail amenities. The underground garage boasts electric vehicle charging capabilities and monthly parking.
The timeless trophy towers of 555 California Street support an efficient design for sustainability through the thousands of bay windows found throughout the building, providing for insulated heat. The building is also built on state-of-the-art sliding Teflon slabs for earthquake durability.
555 California street is a fine example in art conceptualism, having been featured in various Hollywood films as well as supporting the multi-cultural and financial significance of its location via the the 200-ton black Swedish sculpture installation by Masayuki Nagare.
The picturesque building views of Downtown San Francisco and iconic Golden Gate Bridge are only matched by the proximity to fine shopping in Union Square, authentic cuisine of Chinatown and famous tourism attractions of Pier 39.
Prominent tenants of 555 California Street are some of the most recognizable names in the financial, legal, and creative media industries, including McKinsey and Company, Wells Fargo Advisors, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley and Barclays Capital.
25 minutes by taxi from San Francisco International Airport
35 minutes by taxi from Oakland International Airport
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART):
3 blocks from both Montgomery and Embarcadero stations with convenient access to neighboring Bay Area cities and San Francisco neighborhoods
San Francisco Municipal Transportation (MUNI):
3 blocks from both Montgomery and Embarcadero stations with convenient access to neighborhoods within San Francisco
Quick transportation to the front steps of the building via the J-Church and N-Judah lines
20 minute walk to the ferry terminal, located at the Embarcadero Ferry building
555 California Street is located in the Financial District and convenient to major tourist attractions like North Beach, the South of Market neighborhood or SoMa, and Union Square, while also being in close proximity to the best financial institutions in San Francisco.
St. Mary’s Square and the Omni Hotel are located directly across the street from the plaza.
555 California Street offers convenient transportation options, close to both the metro train stations and the ferry.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
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The Servcorp office is located on the 49th floor of 555 California Street.
The floor features the brilliantly-colored landscape paintings of renowned artist, R. John Ichter. The stylized pieces are valued at up to $10,000.00 and have also been collected by the Federal Reserve of the United States.