140 New Montgomery Street San Francisco

Photo by Henrik Kam

Solution

140 New Montgomery Street

San Francisco, CA

Market: Office

Client

Stockbridge Real Estate Funds

Completion

2008

Awards

2014 Preservation Design Award, Rehabilitation Category, California Preservation Foundation
140 New Montgomery Street San Francisco

Photo by Henrik Kam

140 New Montgomery Street San Francisco
140 New Montgomery Street San Francisco

Photo by Henrik Kam

Completed in the mid-1920s, 140 New Montgomery Street is one of the early skyscrapers built in San Francisco.  The Art Deco high-rise, originally known as the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Building, served as the headquarters for the utility for nearly eighty years.  Wilson Meany purchased the building and sought to renovate the iconic structure to offer premier office space.  SGH consulted on the exterior waterproofing and restoration of the facade, which is primarily clad with glazed terra-cotta.