Bank of California Building (San Francisco)

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Bank of California Building
Alternative names 400 California Street
The Grand Old Lady of California Street
General information
Type Commercial offices
Location 400 California Street
San Francisco, California
Coordinates 37°47′36″N 122°24′06″W / 37.7932°N 122.4016°W / 37.7932; -122.4016Coordinates: 37°47′36″N 122°24′06″W / 37.7932°N 122.4016°W / 37.7932; -122.4016
Completed 1908 / 1967
Height
Roof 95 m (312 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 22
Design and construction
Architect Walter Danforth Bliss and William Baker Faville /
Anshen & Allen
Designated: September 3, 1968[1]
Reference No. 3
References
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The Bank of California Building is a 1908 Greco-Roman style structure, with a brutalist, 95 m (312 ft), 22 storey tower annexed in 1967 at 400 California Street in the financial district of San Francisco, California.[5]

Union Bank acquired the building in 1996 as part of its merger with Bank of California.

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