Maritime Plaza/ Golden Gate Way Plaza

Maritime Plaza, a two-acre plaza surrounding the Alcoa Building with two single-story structures containing a bank and a restaurant, was dedicated for public use in 1968. It is very spacious and beautifully landscaped, perfect for lunch breaks or a respite from sight seeing! The plaza is connected to Golden Gateway Center and Embarcadero Center by pedestrian bridges. The Golden Gateway Center is a lovely oasis filled with a variety of trees, bushes, and flowers!

Maritime Plaza is owned by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department.

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Additional Info

1-California and 41-Union -- Clay and Front Streets.

J/K/L/M/N/K/T rail lines - Embarcadero station; walk north on Front Street from Market.

-Telecommunications: AT&T California ( Voice/Data/DSL/Fiber) , MCI ( Voice/Data) , Yipes ( Data)
-Business services: Parking (City-owned garage (415) 433-4722) , Copy services (Copy Central)
-Food & beverage: Catering (Le Petit Cafe) , Deli/carry-out restaurant (Le Petit Cafe)
-Mail & delivery: Overnight courier drop box (FedEx, Airborne, UPS, Overnite Express) , Mail services -(U.S. Postal Service Mail Room)
-Personal services: Barber/salon (Eddie Marquez Hair Styling)
-Retailers: Sundry shop (The Daily Habit)
-Technical solutions: High-speed telecom
-Area amenities include: Embarcadero Center - Golden Gateway Swim and Tennis Club - Ferry Building Embarcadero Bart/Muni - Historic Jackson Square district.


One of earliest examples of expressed seismic bracing using external trusses and X-braces.