Location: 220 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, California
Year Built / Renovated: 1891 & 1931 (Mills Tower) /2002 -2003
Architect: Burham & Root
Building Area: 439,000 rentable square feet
Number of Floors: 22 stories (Mills Tower), 10 stories (Main Building) and parking garage
Property Website: www.themillsbuilding.com
Leasing: David Fuette, Director of Leasing, The Swig Company
Located in the heart of San Francisco's financial district, the historic Mills Building is a designated landmark of the City of San Francisco and is included in the National Register of Historic Places. The 10-story original section of the Mills Building was developed in 1891 by Darius Ogden Mills. The original architects were the famed Chicago firm Burnham & Root. The building survived the 1906 earthquake, and an adjoining 20-story tower was added in 1931. Today, the Mills Building provides a first class business environment to both small and large tenants, including the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Woodruff-Sawyer and the University of California - San Francisco (UCSF) Office of Development.
The Mills Building underwent a $20 million renovation in 2002-2003, with upgrades to the main lobby, elevators, building systems and tenant common areas. Onsite amenities include restaurants, laundry, print and copy shops, and a men's clothing store as well as a 155-car parking garage. The Mills Building also houses the Mills Law Library and Information Center, a comprehensive legal information service for tenants and non-tenant law firms.