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101 Second Street
San Francisco, CA

Completed in 2000, this 26-story building was acquired in tandem with 55 Second Street by the Hines U.S. Core Office Fund in 2004. 101 Second is defined at street level by its cornerstone of a dramatic glass-clad, four-story atrium which serves as an art pavillion featuring major art commissions by painter Charles Arnoldi and sculptor Larry Bell, as well as a significant public space for tenants and visitors. On warm days, the building at street level is opened to bring the outdoors inside. Hines sold the property in February 2014 but still serves as property manager.

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101 Second Street
San Francisco, CA

Mission Street Corridor of San Francisco’s South Financial District

Hines' Role
Property Manager

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Net Rentable Area
388,370 sq. ft.
(36,080 sq. m.)

Major Tenants
Reed Smith
Ziff Davis Media, Inc.
Nexant, Inc.
CV Starr & Co.
Stupski Foundation

BOMA CORY Award 2005

ENERGY STAR 2006-2014
LEED Platinum 2014

Contact Information
Mark Buckingham, Senior Property Manager

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