San Francisco

Touring the Renovated Hibernia Bank

Photo courtesy Christopher Ulrich

San Francisco Historic Landmark #130, The Hibernia Bank was described by SF Architectural Heritage as “one of the finest of San Francisco’s uniquely superb collection of modified temple form banks.” Originally designed in 1892 by Albert Pissis this structure has survived major earthquakes, many economic cycles and transformations of the city. It has recently been rennovated and its entire 40,000+ square feet on the market to be leased. Come see the remarkable transformation of this historic structure and learn about its storied history.

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