United Nations Plaza
This brick-paved triangle with an often-dry fountain awkwardly commemorates the signing of the UN charter in San Francisco. At best in...
Everyone's a winner at this arts nonprofit, which hosts curated shows on such themes as endangered languages and art stunts. Root...
Since 1974, this nonprofit art organization has explored and encouraged experimental photo-based imagery beyond classic B&W prints...
Dance Mission always has something going on, from contact improv to dance jams and classes. There's a lot of ‘extreme dance' in the Bay...
Heart of the City Farmers Market
Bringing farm freshness to the city center since 1981, this nonprofit, farmer-operated market is on a mission to provide local,...
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Federal Building information
The groundbreaking green design of this government-office building by 2005 Pritzker Architecture Prize–winner Thom Mayne means major savings in energy – and taxpayer dollars. Open layouts eliminate internal political battles over corner offices, providing direct sunlight, natural ventilation and views for 90% of work stations. Critics call it a fortress and employees call it chilly, but it adds green distinction to the otherwise bland industrial skyline of SoMa warehouses.