Encompassing an entire city block in San Francisco’s Financial District, one of the most sought-after global gateway cities in the world, the Transamerica Pyramid Center is a symbol of the strength of San Francisco.
Designed by famed architect William Pereira and completed in 1972, the Transamerica Pyramid stands at a height of over 850 feet. The building is the second tallest building in San Francisco, and its illuminated spire is the most recognizable landmark on the San Francisco skyline.
With unobstructed views, Transamerica Pyramid boasts a striking exterior clad in white quartz, with over 3,000 windows. Unique in its form, the building allows for distinct floor plates from 3,000 to 20,0000 square feet. In 2019, The Transamerica Pyramid Center was re-certified LEED Platinum.
SHVO purchased Transamerica Pyramid Center in 2020 and is working in collaboration with Foster + Partners to revitalize this iconic asset. New on-site amenities will include a fitness center, lounge, restaurant, meeting rooms and skybar. CORE is planning to move into Transamerica in 2023.
“Transamerica” and images of the Transamerica Pyramid are trademarks of Transamerica Corporation.
- 600 Montgomery Street,
San Francisco, CA
- Investment Strategy
- William Pereira (1972)
Foster + Partners
- Year Built
- Interior Design
- Foster + Partners
- 763,000 Square Feet
- Notable Tenants
- CORE:, Northwestern Mutual, Thoma Bravo, Callan Associates, Sterling Bank & Trust, Baker Hostetler