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209 Post Building

209 Post Street
San Francisco CA United States

Status:built
Floor Count13
Building Uses
 - office
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - art nouveau
 - renaissance revival
 - baroque
Materials
 - terra cotta


Description
Architect: William Curlett

• This adaptive re-use project consists of the seismic and life safety upgrade to one of San Francisco's most historic buildings.
• In addition to the the physical upgrades, the building's use was changed from office to residential, repositioning the property to its highest and best use.
• Alayo Consulting Architects were responsible for the re-design in 2001.
• This was originally known as the Head Building.
• Its base was remodeled in 1959 by William B. Meyer for Brooks Brothers.
• The building is a three-part vertical block with Renaissance/Baroque ornamentation and glazed terra-cotta.

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