50 Fremont Center
|50 Fremont Center|
Taken from Main and Howard.
|Location||50 Fremont Street
San Francisco, California
|Management||Cushman & Wakefield|
|Roof||183 m (600 ft)|
|Floor area||817,412 sq ft (75,940.1 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Skidmore, Owings & Merrill|
|Structural engineer||Skidmore, Owings & Merrill|
50 Fremont Center is a 43-story, 183 m (600 ft) office skyscraper completed in 1985 at Fremont and Mission Streets on the boundary of the financial district and South of Market Area (SOMA) of San Francisco, California.
50 Fremont Street was developed and owned by Fremont Properties who sold the building in 2000, which was later purchased by Hines, who in turn sold the property to TIAA-CREF in late 2004. Hines Interests Limited Partnership provides property management for this building. The building's design, by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, includes stepped-back vertical bays at each corner, rising to a building crown that evokes the design of historic Art Deco skyscrapers.
In January 2012, Salesforce.com announced that it signed an 18-year lease to occupy 400,000 square feet (37,000 m2) for US$339 million. In November 2014, Salesforce agreed to purchase the tower from TIAA-CREF for US$640 million.
- Mellon Capital Management
- Drinker Biddle & Reath
- Parsons Transportation
- United States Department of Commerce, Commercial Service
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