44 Montgomery Street (left), overshadowing the neighboring Hobart Building.
|Preceded by||Hartford Building|
|Surpassed by||Bank of America Center|
|Location||44 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, California
|Antenna spire||180.7 m (593 ft)|
|Roof||172.2 m (565 ft)|
|Floor area||760,524 sq ft (70,655.0 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||John Graham & Company|
|Main contractor||Dillingham Construction
Haas & Haynie
44 Montgomery is a 43-story, 172 m (564 ft) office skyscraper in the heart of San Francisco's Financial District. When completed in 1967, it was the tallest building west of Dallas until 555 California Street was erected in 1969. The building was once the world headquarters for Wells Fargo Bank. It was sold by AT&T in 1997 for US$111 million. The building contains direct underground access to the Montgomery Street Station.
Tenants include the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Locke Lord, Alpha Omega Financial Systems, Armanino LLP, Invest Northern Ireland, Northwestern University, Signature Consultants and Seagate Properties, Inc..