Structure in general
art deco / art moderne
- Winner of the 1994 San Francisco Architectural Heritage Award for excellence in architectural preservation for exterior restoration.
- The building was built in exactly 300 days.
- Office floors were designed with moving partitions.
- Ornamental detail is carried inside the lobby and all elevator lobbies.
- The top portion of the building's facade is decorated in sepia-glazed terra cotta with blue-green cast concrete spandrels and abstracted shell designs in reference to the building's owner.
- Sanborn heights: 301 feet to floor 23, 352 feet to floor 27, 376 feet to top of floor 29.
- Shell Oil Company, the building's namesake, ultimately vacated the building during the 1960s.
- The two-story mezzanine lobby entrance features bronze doors, marble walls, and a sweeping 25-foot-high ceiling.
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100 Bush Street
100 Bush Street at Battery & Market
Also recorded for this building:
Elevator consultant, Construction company, Structural engineering, Elevator supplier, Facility management, Facade maintenance system supplier, MEP engineering
Features & Amenities
- One of the city's famous buildings
- City landmark