A landmark reborn

reinvigorating an iconic structure.

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One advantage of industrial makeover is that the spatial requirements of manufacturing lend themselves to expansive design when the building converts to multi-tenant use.  The Hamm’s Building at 1550 Bryant in San Francisco is a soaring case in point.


This 1915 twelve-story landmark began life as a brewery, was reborn in the ‘80s as an office complex and found new vitality—and lively new tenants—after our lobby renovation.