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Club Quarters

San Francisco, CA

Site: 86,000 sf     No. Stories: 11 stories

This member-only niche hotel provides a private travel destination for business or pleasure. In an ideal location at the corner of Battery and Clay Streets, this 11-story structure with 345 guest rooms provides direct access to the Financial District, Redwood Park and many other popular San Francisco tourist attractions. Retail, restaurant and café uses occupy the first floor of the hotel, making almost any amenity accessible within close proximity of the Club Quarters Hotel. The predominant use of brick with limestone plaster spanning the first two floors of the building has ensured that the hotel blends contextually with the neighborhood aesthetic. The maritime themed public art instillation by artist Topher Delaney was inspired by the discovery at the Club Quarters building site of General Harrison, one of three famous Gold Rush era sailing ships in San Francisco. The art piece is an integral part of the building façade and that brings life to the upper level streetscape and pays homage to San Francisco’s dramatic birth more than 150 years ago.