Fox Plaza (San Francisco)

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Fox Plaza
Archstone Fox Plaza.jpg
General information
Type Commercial offices
Residential
Location 1390 Market Street
San Francisco, California
Coordinates 37°46′38″N 122°25′02″W / 37.77714°N 122.41723°W / 37.77714; -122.41723Coordinates: 37°46′38″N 122°25′02″W / 37.77714°N 122.41723°W / 37.77714; -122.41723
Completed 1966
Owner Asn Fox Plaza LLC
Height
Roof 107.9 m (354 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 29
Floor area 804,120 sq ft (74,705 m2)
Lifts/elevators 3
Design and construction
Architect Victor Gruen Associates
Main contractor Cahill Contractors
References
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Fox Plaza is a 29-story building located at 1390 Market Street in the Civic Center area of San Francisco. Built in 1966, the tower stands 354 ft (108 m) on the site of the former historic Fox Theatre at 1350 Market, which was opened in June 1929 and demolished in 1963.[4]

The first twelve floors contain office space. Unlike many buildings, Fox Plaza has a 13th floor actually labeled "13", although this floor is the service floor and is not rented out. The 14th floor contains a gymnasium and laundry facilities as well as apartments, while floors 15 through 29 are exclusively rental apartments.

There is a corner low rise retail component housing an office supply store, national coffee chain and a US Post Office. The current owners are in the early planning and permitting stages to demolish the low rise retail and replace it with a 120 ft (37 m) building containing condominiums.[5]

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