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One Kearny




One Kearny is a single building comprised of three interconnected elements built at different times. It anchors a prominent corner at the end of Third Street, a major transit artery serving San Francisco’s downtown urban core. The central element, built in 1902 as the Mutual Savings Bank, is an opulent twelve-story building fashioned in the French Renaissance Revival style. At the corner is a modern twelve-story annex constructed in the mid 1960s, designed by renowned architect Charles Moore. The final piece of the triptych, our office’s contribution, is a ten-story addition completed in 2009.




STATUS:
Built

CLIENT:
One Kearny LLC

SIZE:
120,000  SF  (addition)

LOCATION:
1 Kearny Street, San Francisco

AWARDS:
2010 Architectural Foundation of San Francisco
Kirby Ward Fitzpatrick Prize, Best New Building in SF by a Small Firm

2010 SF Business Times
Finalist, Real Estate Deal of the Year

2009 California Construction Magazine
Best of 2009 Award of Merit for Renovation/Restoration

2009 National Council of Structural Engineers Association (NCSEA) Excellence in Structural Engineering Award
2008 Real Estate Construction Review Magazine - Northern California Edition
Top Projects in Northern California
PRESS:
“Historic Preservation in San Francisco: Making the Preservation Process Work for Everyone,” SPUR / Heritage Historic Preservation Task Force, 2013.
“Shared spirit in 1 Kearny’s styles from 3 eras,” John King, San Francisco Chronicle, November 10, 2009.









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