History and Renovation
History And Renovation
Ferry Building
Ferry Building
Splendid Survivor: Neither earthquakes nor freeways could destroy the Ferry Building.

Today ferry terminals operate at Larkspur, Sausalito, Vallejo, and Alameda with plans for continuing network improvements and expansion. Extensive renovation of the Ferry Building is now complete. The Ferry Building redevelopment represents approximately 65,000 square feet of first floor Marketplace space, and an additional 175,000 square feet of premium second and third floor office space. The Marketplace, organized along the central Nave, provides a distinctive space for bringing together the greater Bay Area's agricultural wealth and renowned specialty food purveyors under one roof. The exterior and main public hall have been restored to their original grandeur for use by ferry passengers and the public at large.

The waterfront without the Ferry Tower would be like a birthday cake without a candle.

This preservation project has molded the best of the Ferry Building's former glory, with the most innovative of today's office and retail offerings. In staying true to the original detail of the project, Equity Office and Wilson Meany Sullivan have restored the Ferry Building to its original grandeur and returned it to the city as one of San Francisco's most cherished landmarks.

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