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UC Law SF 100 McAllister

Plant is performing the remodel and seismic upgrade of 100 McAllister Street for UC Law SF as part of the university’s long-range campus plan for an academic village in downtown San Francisco. The historic tower, originally designed by Timothy Pflueger and built in 1930, has functioned as a church, hotel, makeshift space for wartime use, and government office building before being acquired by UC Law SF in 1980 as student housing.

 

Plant will restore the iconic, 28-story Gothic Revival and Art Deco structure’s residential units; provide a complex seismic upgrade; replace/upgrade the elevator systems; perform exterior repairs to terra cotta and masonry, as well as windows and waterproofing; and, re-program several floors of academic and administrative office space.

Location
San Francisco, CA
Size
269,000 SF
Client
UC Law SF
Design Team
Perkins&Will
Completion
2028