Bank of California Building (San Francisco) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBank of California Building
1908 structure at right, with 1967 structure behind at left
|Alternative names||400 California Street
The Grand Old Lady of California Street
|Location||400 California Street
San Francisco, California
|Completed||1908 / 1967|
|Roof||312 ft (95 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Walter Danforth Bliss and William Baker Faville /
Anshen & Allen
|Designated:||September 3, 1968|
The Bank of California Building is a 1908 Greco-Roman style structure with a brutalist, 312 ft (95 m), 22-story tower annexed in 1967 at 400 California Street in the financial district of San Francisco, California.
Union Bank acquired the building in 1996 as part of its merger with Bank of California.
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