Pacific Avenue

584-590 Pacific Ave., originally built in 1907 as a Barbary Coast Saloon, named “The Queen”, is a historically significant Brick and Timber building, perfectly nestled into the Jackson Square district of San Francisco. The property is perfectly situated on a tree-lined street, with easy access to the Financial District, North Beach, Embarcadero, and set amongst some of the most recognizable city icons, such as the Pyramid Building and Coit Tower. Within walking distance are many great restaurants, bars, boutiques, and galleries.


  • Fully restored and seismically upgraded two level Tech Office
  • Historically significant brick and timber Building n 11’ Ceilings
  • 2nd Story Outdoor Deck
  • Steel with wood tread custom built staircase
  • Museum Lighting
  • Alarm System
  • Double door glass security entry
  • Interior and exterior trim in natural cedar
  • Ebony stained Oak floors
  • Significant Architect and Designer built space
  • Second story tongue-and-groove cedar ceilings
  • Multiple long length recessed skylights along both edges of buiding (up to 40’ long)
  • Brazilian Ipei wood exterior deck and cladding
  • Fully finished kitchen with professional grade stainless appliances

Suzanne Gregg

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