55 Second Street


Class Art Deco Architecture Meets
Modern Design & Technology

​Built in 2002, 55 Second boasts an award-winning design by Heller Manus Architects and graces San Francisco’s skyline as one of the city’s most recent high-rises. This striking building’s steel frame structure encased in granite and green tinted glass with aluminum and limestone accents incorporates a solarium within an adjoining historic building at the lobby level. 55 Second’s primarily column-free floor plates offer modern efficiencies for progressive office tenants. State-of-the-art infrastructure, modern design, central location, and bike storage create an avant-garde answer to the Class A high-rise.

Located in the heart of the South Financial District, just one-half block from BART and MUNI, 55 Second soars over the second street corridor of restaurants, coffee shops, world-renown hotels and museums. 55 Second is owned by TIAA-CREF, a global financial services provider founded in 1918 with philanthropic ambitions beginning with its offering of retirement services to teachers.

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