Private Parks of San Francisco, California A US City Place
Privately owned but publically accessable parks add to the open spaces of the city.
100 First Street 101 California 555 Mission Citigroup Center Atrium Crocker Galleria E-Trade Financial Embarcadero Center's Levis Plaza Rincon Place Transamerica Redwood Grove
100 First Street, A Privately Owned Public Space, San Francisco, California

100 First Plaza (also known as the Delta Dental Tower) is a 27-story, 136 m (446 ft) high-rise office building located at 100 First Street in the Financial District of San Francisco, California. Construction of the building was completed in 1988. It is the 35th-tallest building in the city.[from wikipedia]

101 California, A Private Park, San Francisco, California, A US City Place

A wide plaza filled with raised garden-like platforms for seating, dining, or contemplation.During the winter it was filled with giant ornaments for Christmas. During the other seasons,it is filled with flowers.

555 Mission, One of Several Private Parks, In San Francisco, California

Located mid block between 1st and 2nd Streets, facing Mission Street with its back tothe Transbay Center.

Citigroup Center Atrium, A Privately Owned Public Space, One Sansome Street, San Francisco, California

One Sansome Street, also known as Citigroup Center, is an office skyscraper located at the intersection of Sutter and Sansome Streets in the Financial District of San Francisco, California near Market Street.[from wikipedia]

Crocker Galleria, A Privately Owned Public Space, San Francisco, California

Whether you're looking for lunch, a quick snack or a sit-down dinner, you can be assured of a delicious food experience at Crocker Galleria. There's always plenty of seating, service is fast and friendly and the people watching is interesting. Plus, there are always many options to choose from. Check out the listings below to know more!

E-Trade Financial, A Private Space, 532 Market Street, San Francisco, California, A US City Place

An open plaza with a fountain is behind E-Trade Financial and bordered by Bush, Sansome, and Sutter Streets. There is little seating, but its sunken nature makes it a quieter space.

Embarcadero Center's, Maritime Plaza, A Private Space, Bordered by Battery, Front, Washington, Clay Streets, San Francisco, California

Take a break from the bustle of downtown in this beautifully landscaped plaza surrounding the Alcoa Building. Connected by pedestrian bridges to Golden Gateway and Embarcadero Center, it's the perfect spot to bring lunch or enjoy a respite from sightseeing. According to historic documents, the remains of two ships lie buried partially beneath the park. About 50 old ships are believed to be buried in this area.[from san francisco government website]

Levis Plaza, A Private Parks, of San Francisco, California, A US City Place

Located on Battery at Union Streets below Coit Tower.

Rincon Place, A Private Park, Elkhart Street, San Francisco, California, A US City Place

Located between the the SFMTA building and the Lumina Towers.A narrow parklike path named Elkhart Street, connecting Beale Street to Main Street.

Transamerica Redwood Grove, A Private Space, 600 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, California

Transplanted from the Santa Cruz Mountains 60 miles to the south, magnificent redwoods dominate the park designed by Tom Galli. A fountain designed by Anthony Guzzardo -- its pond complete with jumping frog sculptures, in a fond remembrance of Mark Twain, who for a time lived and wrote on this site -- lends the sound of running water to those who seek peaceful moments here. Ferns, boulders and a winding walkway add to the tranquility.[from transamerica website]

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