400 Montgomery
San Francisco

400 Montgomery Street is a Category I historic building at the confluence of Montgomery Street and California Street in San Francisco’s North Financial District. Built in 1901, the 12-story office building with ground floor retail was designed by well-known architects George Percy and Willis Polk in an “H” shape with Baroque-style detailing. It was one of the few buildings in San Francisco’s Financial District to survive the 1906 earthquake and resulting fire. Harvest acquired the property from a long-term owner following a broken sales process. Harvest Properties is currently underway with the creative conversion of traditional full floors, with finishes to include open ceilings and floor plans, exposed brick, open-concept communal kitchens and high-design creative finishes throughout.

400 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA
September 2016
85,011 sq. ft.
Current investment