Russ Building

235 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94104

The Russ Building is located in the heart of the San Francisco Financial District convenient to all modes of transportation, retail, and dining.  Constructed in 1927, the terra cotta tile and brick building is a National Historic Landmark.  Its neo-Gothic architecture juxtaposed with the neighboring contemporary structures, gives it a majestic look. The interior is exquisitely detailed with the finest materials and finishes featuring granite floors and marble wainscoting, elevator lobbies with ornate area rugs, and pendant light fixtures. We have carefully maintained and periodically refurbished the building over our long-term ownership so that it continues to offer a modern office environment within a classic and meticulously preserved structure.

Property Facts

Type Office with street-level retail
Year Built
1927
Size 510,000 sf
No. of Stories  
31
Floor Plates
6,000 – 26,000 sf
Parking Ratio 0.95:1,000
USGBC LEED® Certification     LEED® Gold
  • Bank
  • Café and two restaurants
  • Barber shop
  • Stationers
  • Sundry shop
  • Shipping services drop boxes
  • Zipcar program
  • Electric Vehicle (EV) charging
  • Bicycle parking
  • 0.95:1,000 parking ratio

PUBLIC TRANSIT

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
510.465.2278
BART is the Bay Area’s public transit system of high-speed electric trains, which connects Contra Costa, Alameda and San Francisco counties (see local map).

Ferries
Ferries make connections from the Ferry Building located on the Embarcadero at Market Street.

AC Transit
510.817.1717

CalTrain
800.660.4287

Muni
415.673.6864

Amtrak
800.872.7245

Greyhound
800.231.2222

Bill Whitfield, general manager
e: bwhitfield@shorenstein.com
p:  415 421 7424

Annie Chang, assistant property manager
e:  achang@shorenstein.com
p:  415 421 7424