San Francisco

450 Sutter Building
450 Sutter Building
Mason O'Farrell
Mason O'Farrell
Harsch’s first acquisition in the Bay Area was the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley in 1955. A carefully-executed $20 million investment restored this landmark institution to its original splendor. For decades thereafter, it was one of the most sought-after facilities for business meetings and personal vacations.

In 1962, Harsch bought San Francisco’s leading medical/dental office building just off Union Square: 450 Sutter. World-famous architect Timothy Pflueger designed and built this 26-story Mayan Deco masterpiece that, today, offers modern office suites ranging from 600 to 6,000 SF with state-of-the-art building systems.

Located in the Union Square shopping and theater district, the iconic, 1100-space Mason O'Farrell Garage is home to five national care rental agencies, two restaurants, specialty retail, and secure 24/7 parking. The Downtown Center Garage, as it was originally named, was built in 1953 in between Union Square and the then-booming theater districts. It was designed by Oakland-born architect George Applegarth.
For more information contact:
Eric Stein
SVP, Regional Mgr., San Francisco
415.421.7221
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