560 Pacific Street has one of the most colorful histories of all San Francisco neighborhoods. During the Gold Rush era it was the Red Light District. After Prohibition, the area was renamed “International Settlement” and was designated as an entertainment area, with bars and jazz clubs. This building was the original Hippodrome Read about ‘The Hippodrome’ Theater. The building was also featured in the February 2013 edition of Architectural Record. Read the 2013 Architectural Record.

Currently the home to Godfrey Dadich Partners, it still evokes all the charms of the 1930s. Each floor is 11,000 sf with a stunning mezzanine and a lower level featuring a secret Speak Easy room.

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