450 Sutter Street
|Alternative names||450 Sutter Medical Building|
Medical-Dental Office Building
|Architectural style||Art Deco/ Art Moderne|
|Location||450 Sutter Street|
San Francisco, California
|Completed||October 15, 1929|
|Roof||105 m (344 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Miller and Pflueger|
Four Fifty Sutter Building
|Architectural style||Art deco|
|NRHP reference #||09001118|
|Added to NRHP||December 22, 2009|
450 Sutter is a twenty-six-floor, 105-meter (344-foot) skyscraper in San Francisco, California, completed in 1929. The tower is known for its "Neo-Mayan" Art Deco design by architect Timothy L. Pflueger. The building's vertically faceted exterior later influenced Pietro Belluschi in his similarly faceted exterior of 555 California, the former Bank of America Center completed in 1969.
The building's tenants are largely dental and medical professional offices.
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- 450 Sutter Street at Structurae
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