Pacific Union Club

Address: 1000 California Street, San Francisco, CA
Built By: 

Augustus Laver, Willis Polk, George Kelham

Year Built: 
1884 to 1885

About the Building

The Pacific Union Building is an Italian Baroque mansion, built of Connecticut brownstone after original owner James Flood was impressed by the opulent brownstone residences of the New York City elite.


Built as the home of Comstock baron James Flood, the mansion was gutted in the 1906 fire and sold to the Pacific Union Club.


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