Location: 235 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, California
Year Built: 1927
Architect: George Kelham
Building Area: 511,335 rentable square feet
Number of Floors: 31 stories
Leasing: Jim Collins, Shorenstein Realty Services, L.P.
Property Website: http://www.shorensteinsf.com/propdescfacts.cfm?bldgid=18
Constructed in 1927, The Russ Building stood for 30 years as the tallest building west of Chicago. The building consists of 511,335 square feet on 31 floors, and features dramatic neo-gothic art deco design. The interior is exquisitely detailed with the finest materials and finishes featuring granite floors and marble wainscoting, elevator lobbies, with ornate area rugs, and period pendant light fixtures. The building has been carefully maintained and periodically refurbished so that it offers a modern office environment within a classic meticulously preserved historic structure. A California State Historic Landmark, The Russ Building fronts the entire block of Montgomery Street between Pine and Bush Streets, directly across the street from The Mills Building. Major tenants include Farella Braun + Martel LLP, The Shorenstein Company headquarters, Silk Adler, and the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. On-site amenities include restaurants, sundry shop, upscale card and stationery store, optical, barbershop, shoe repair, travel agent, and a 400-car parking garage.