This building is impressive located in the heart of San Francisco financial district. San Francisco tallest building a must see!
About Transamerica Pyramid
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The Transamerica Pyramid at 600 Montgomery Street is a 48-story postmodern building and the second-tallest skyscraper in the San Francisco skyline. The building no longer houses the headquarters of the Transamerica Corporation but it is still associated with the company and is depicted in the...More
It is still a breathtaking building, contrasting with other buildings of the SF skyline. I use it as my guide to keep from getting lost.
If you have time come check it out. It's just a building and I think bet viewed far away like from Treasure Island. It's no longer owned by The Transamerica Company but real estate people kept the name. There is a little shop inside that...More
I grew up seeing this US icon in so many movies, no wonder it became representative of SF but of any original building. Located in the financial city we passed this building almost on a daily basis as it is not far from the piers....More
This is an icon of San Francisco, and you can see it almost wherever you go. I believe the new SalesForce building is slated to be taller, although the Transamerica Pyramid will always be a part of San Francisco's history and skyline.
The Transamerica pyramid is an iconic SF symbol & part of the skyline. At the end of the day, it is a building and not necessarily a tourist attraction. The building can be seen from many vantage points throughout the city. The building is located...More
Merely a great looking building from which to take photos or add to your skyline of SF photos. Would look better with King Kong on it. Always impressive to walk around and get a handle on just how big it is. And to appreciate how...More
One is San Francisco's most iconic buildings- extremely controversial in the beginning- was always competing with the Bank of America as to which was the highest building. There's no mystery now- sales force,