United States California San Francisco

Columbus Tower

A flatiron-style building completed in 1907, initially home to a bank, now hosting literary spaces and noted for its distinctive copper-green.
  • 900 Kearny Street

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Columbus Tower, also known as the Sentinel Building, is an iconic landmark in San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood. With its distinctive copper-green dome and Gothic Revival architecture, the tower has been a significant part of the city's skyline since 1907. This historic building has housed various businesses and writers over the years, including the famous "San Francisco Chronicle" and renowned author Dashiell Hammett, adding to its cultural and literary significance.

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Columbus Tower Guides

  • Guide to San Francisco's North Beach

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Known as the city's Italian quarter, North Beach is a bustling haven packed with delicious food, rich history, and an electric cultural scene. Whether you're a coffee connoisseur, an art enthusiast, or just someone in search of a lively nightlife, this guide is your ticket to experiencing the best that North Beach has to offer. Keep reading, and I'll show you the ropes in this iconic San Francisco neighborhood.