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KTVU received a tour of the building: the main floor of the old bank is marbled with ornate stained-glass skylights and gilded moldings. With more buildings now under renovation, city leaders hope it will become the bustling hub it once was more than a 100 years ago. View the full segment here.
The building’s owner, Dolmen Property Group, is shifting gears with a new branding strategy, which includes shedding the old Hibernia Bank name to go by its address, One Jones. Full article here.
One Jones announces multi-tenant leasing in prime Mid-Market neighborhood. Nearly 42,000 sq. ft. building combines historic architecture with modern-day amenities for office, retail and entertainment brands. Read the full press release here.
Dolmen Property Group and Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. (WJE) are the proud recipients of the ASCE's 2016 Award for Sesimic Retrofit: Seismic Strengthening and Rehabilitation of Hibernia Bank Building. ASCE’s Honors and Awards program recognizes the commendable achievements and remarkable accomplishments of the civil engineering profession.
On January 26, 2017, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee gave his annual state of the city address at The Hibernia Bank Building at One Jones Street.
The newly renovated Hibernia Bank building in San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood was the site of Hillary Clinton’s campaign rally on Thursday, May 26. Hundreds of people filled the building to hear the presidential candidate speak, introduced by Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee. Read the full article here. Image courtesy of Andrew Burton.