Federal Office Building in San Francisco

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Architect Arthur Brown Jr., who also designed City Hall and several other Civic Center landmarks, designed this building. It was completed in 1936, making it the last building to be completed in the seven-building complex of the Civic Center. It is an interesting six story, D-shaped, "Beaux Arts" building. It also has a 24,000 square-foot interior courtyard and many of its features such as the lobby and main stairway are subject to historical preservation laws. Unfortunately, the building is
Price: Free
Address: 50 United Nations Plaza
Directions: just north of Market St, between Hyde St and Leavenworth St

Source wikitravel.org/en/San Francisco/Civic Center-Tenderloin