350 Rhode Island

One Block, Two Buildings

350 Rhode Island occupies an entire city block at the base of Potrero Hill's north slope. Once the site of a recycling facility housed in a large metal shed, the block is now home to two, Class A office buildings. Differentiated cladding systems—one pre-cast concrete with punched windows and the other featuring glass walls with sun louvers—give each building its own distinct character.

350 Rhode Island Street
San Francisco, CA

260,836 SF


A landscaped bridge connects the two buildings, crossing over an open-air garden courtyard that offers pedestrians through-block circulation.

One of the first ground-up construction projects in the neighborhood, the 2001 property was designed as an homage to the sawtoothed roofs that defined the architectural vernacular of early industrial buildings. It is now home to Sega, the California Culinary Academy, and the San Francisco District Attorney’s office.