921 Front Street is one of the oldest brick buildings in San Francisco. It was built in 1848 and survived the 1906 Earthquake. This 27,000 sf building has been modernized and redesigned, but many of the original features have been preserved and repurposed. The highlight of this building is the Whiskey Room Speakeasy which is exclusively used by the tenants of the building for meetings as well as social gatherings.

Architect : Christiaan Maarse of Studio TMT

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