At the base of the most iconic tower in San Francisco is a redwood forest — a local landscape of Norcal’s towering trees.
600 Montgomery Street
How to Access
Walk around the base of the pyramid, and you’ll find metal gates for entrances on Washington or Clay Street.
Transamerica Redwood Park is one of the older public spaces, featuring a private garden that looks designed especially for the building’s tenants. The redwood trees are California’s state tree — the world’s tallest trees are appropriate to SF’s tallest skyscraper.
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