Hewes Building is 15-stories, 90,000 square feet with a garage in the centrally located Mid-Market district of San Francisco. The building, the tallest within a three-block radius at 185 feet, is prominently featured along Market Street and offers unparalleled 360-degree views of San Francisco. Hewes Building will continue to remain the tallest building in the neighborhood given the current neighborhood maximum height of 120 feet. Hewes Building is located on the corner of Market and 6th Street, and benefits from convenient transit access 1 block from the BART stop at Powell Street Station, 1 block from the MUNI stop at Powell & Market, and less than a mile from the CalTrain stop at 4th Street & King Street. The Hewes Building is ideally situated at the intersection of the Mid-Market, Union Square, and SoMA.
Built in 1908 and fully renovated in 2015, the building features a painted stucco, brick masonry and terracotta façade, along with over 300 feet of frontage along Market, 6th, and Stevenson Street. Hewes Building features creative buildouts, and expansive column free floors with exposed ceilings.