100 Montgomery Street facts for kids
Quick facts for kids100 Montgomery Street
|Alternative names||Equitable Life
120 Montgomery Street
|Location||100-120 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, California
|Roof||354 ft (108 m)|
|Floor area||424,354 sq ft (39,423.8 m2)|
|Design and construction|
Robert A.M. Stern Architects
|Main contractor||Dinwiddie Construction Company|
100 Montgomery Street, also known as the Equitable Life Building, is an office tower located in the financial district of San Francisco, California. The 354-foot (108 m), 25-floor tower was completed in 1955 and served as headquarters to the Equitable Life Insurance Company.
Designed by William Peugh, 100 Montgomery Street is one of the first post-World War II office buildings in San Francisco, distinguished by classical white marble facade against aluminum art-deco window framing. It was purchased by developer Hines and its partner Sterling American Property in January 2006 for US$67.5 million from EQ Office. Hines and Sterling sold the building to EQ Office, an affiliate of The Blackstone Group LP, for US$165 million in October 2012, who in turn sold it for a reported $285 million to the Vanbarton Group and a pension fund partner in 2016.
- City National Bank
- The Segal Company
- United States General Services Administration
- Wells Fargo Bank
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