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57. Loews Regency San Francisco Hotel (Formerly the Mandarin Oriental Hotel)

Location:

San Francisco, CA

Client:

Norland Properties (1987 Core & Shell Project) / GEM Realty (2012 Renovation Project)

Architect:

SOM (1987 Core & Shell Project) / HKS Architects & BAMO, Inc. (2012 Renovation Project)

Office:

SF

Project size:

897,000 sqft (1987 Core & Shell Project) / 130,000 sqft (2012 Renovation Project)

Date Completed:

1987 (Core & Shell Project) / 2012 (Renovation Project)

Hathaway Dinwiddie built 345 California Street in 1987. The 48-story building occupies almost a complete city block in the heart of San Francisco’s financial district and includes Loews Regency San Francisco Hotel (formerly the Mandarin Oriental Hotel), office and retail space, and two below-grade-parking levels.

 

In 2012, Hathaway Dinwiddie completed the redevelopment of the public spaces of the hotel, including a new front desk configuration, renovation of meetings rooms, replacement of the grand staircase, and creation of a spa, fitness center, new lobby restaurant and bar. The fast tracked, phased renovation accommodated hotel occupancy requirements.