Transamerica Pyramid
    505 Sansome
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Redwood Park

Privately owned Redwood Park is a unique feature of Transamerica Pyramid Center: An intimate, half-acre redwood grove nestled between the skyscrapers of San Francisco’s Financial District.

Transplanted from the Santa Cruz Mountains 60 miles to the south, magnificent redwoods dominate the park designed by Tom Galli. A fountain designed by Anthony Guzzardo — its pond complete with jumping frog sculptures, in a fond remembrance of Mark Twain, who for a time lived and wrote on this site — lends the sound of running water to those who seek peaceful moments here. Ferns, boulders and a winding walkway add to the tranquility.

Also featured in the park are a Glenna Goodacre bronze sculpture of children at play, a bronze plaque honoring two dogs that legend would have it were Emperor Norton’s canine sidekicks, and benches and tables for business people and visitors taking a respite.
redwood park at Pyramid center
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Transamerica Pyramid Center is comprised of two impressive buildings in a complex that encompasses one full city block.

The Transamerica Pyramid and 505 Sansome offer ideal office spaces for companies seeking a prestigious location, national prominence, and a host of world-class services and amenities.

For more information about the Transamerica Pyramid and 505 Sansome:

Margaret Duskin
Executive Director
Lic. #00471868

Ross Robinson
Senior Director
Lic. #01414104

Transamerica Pyramid Center is leased and managed by Cushman & Wakefield.

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Nancy Shennum Renteria
Shennum Inc.