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View Down On Top From Hyatt Regency (234 views)
4 Embarcadero Center external link Top Floor
Between Drumm Street and Justin Herman Plaza
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And between Sacramento and Clay Streets

San Francisco, California

(Photo posted Friday 22 February 2013)

(Photo taken 15:12:30 Thursday 1 January 2010)

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The view looking down on top of the top level, as seen from the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Maintenance workers could be seen tidying up the general seating area.

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(2 of 9) A pair of curved stairs led up to the top level of 4 Embarcadero Center. This shot was taken from the pedestrian bridge connecting 4 Embarcadero Center to 3 Embarcadero Center.
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(3 of 9) Warning cones (actually four sided pyramids) were set on the top level to caution walkers the area might be slippery.
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(4 of 9) The path that led from the upper level and into the 4 Embarcadero Center Office Building.
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(5 of 9) The view down inside the office building, from the top level looking down at the middle and ground levels.
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(6 of 9) The upper floor ended at a balcony that overlooked Justin Herman Plaza and the Ferry Building.
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(7 of 9) A pair of escalators with stairs between terminated at the upper level. Notice that once off the escalator, the rider would be again exposed to the elements.
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(8 of 9) "The Tulip" sculpture was visible from the pedestrian bridge that connected 4 Embarcadero Center to the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
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(9 of 9) Entrance to the Hyatt Regency Hotel as seen from the pedestrian bridge connecting 4 Embarcadero Center to the Hyatt Regency Hotel.