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Financial District

With its elegant buildings and rotating doors contributing to the city's renowned skyline, this area offers more than just business.

Welcome to Financial District

 

Busy The Financial District, open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., is the core of San Francisco's corporate community. With its elegant buildings and rotating doors contributing to the city's renowned skyline, this area offers more than just business. The Financial District is densely packed with shops, and sellers sell everything you could want—and many stuff you didn't even know you wanted. While there are numerous restaurants and pubs in this neighborhood, activity tends to wane when workers return home or seek out the nightlife in other places.

 

The Financial District in San Francisco is the financial heart of the city. Among the city's many corporations and organizations are numerous legal firms, banks, insurance companies, and real estate firms. Companies that have at least 500 employees and are headquartered in San Francisco's South of Market district are the following: McKesson, Wells Fargo, Gap, Charles Schwab, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, and Salesforce.

 

Three major buildings border the neighborhood, a triangle consisting of three office skyscrapers front the Embarcadero, and a street around the waterfront. Other tall skyscrapers such as 555 California Street and the Transamerica Pyramid are also found in the city. Montgomery Street, the district's traditional financial district, is located on the city's west side.

 

Numerous corporate headquarters are located in the District, including those of all six San Francisco Fortune 500 companies—McKesson Corporation, Wells Fargo, PG&E, Gap, Charles Schwab, and Salesforce.com—[5], as well as Bechtel, the Union Bank of California, Levi Strauss & Co., Blue Shield, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, URS Corporation, and Bank of the West; and formerly Bank of America, Pacific B Additionally, the neighborhood is home to the headquarters of the United States Federal Reserve's 12th district. AirTouch, South Pacific Air Lines, Pegasus Aviation Finance Company, and the Pacific Exchange all had their headquarters in the Financial District before their dissolution.

 

Numerous shopping malls, including the Crocker Galleria, the Embarcadero Center, the Ferry Building Marketplace, and the Rincon Center complex, are located. Sue Biermann Park; Justin Herman Plaza, which is currently the city's New Year's events; and Transamerica Redwood Park are all located there. Although Portsmouth Square and St. Mary's Square are both within the district's borders, they are generally considered Chinatown.

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