A LANDMARK

Landmarks are indelibly part of a landscape or skyline. They stand out, with distinctive features and personalities, yet they are contextual and deeply connected to a place. 181 Fremont’s unexpected design catches the eye. Its spire culminates an asymmetrical line. Triangular planes of its sawtooth glass curtainwall are slightly pitched, creating a continually moving reflectivity.

Yet as much as 181 Fremont’s design stands apart, it has an uncanny native quality. The tower’s angled lines recall the Transamerica Pyramid, while the externally expressed structure echoes the Alcoa Building’s elegant diagonal bracing. Befitting a landmark, 181 Fremont creates a breathtaking first impression and leaves a memorable impact.

A NEW URBAN ERA
FOR SAN FRANCISCO

Silicon Valley, long considered the pinnacle of “high-tech,” is extending its reach to San Francisco. Drawn to the mix of exciting cultural life, convenient public transportation and urban density, dynamic Valley companies are embracing the City. In recent years, this has made San Francisco a true global center of technology and innovation. Rising within the Transbay Transit District, 181 Fremont leads a new urban era that solidifies San Francisco’s international stature.

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