Heineman Building, also known as 130 Bush, is an architectural curiosity located in San Francisco’s Financial District. The building was originally constructed in 1910 as a necktie, belt, and suspender factory, but was later converted into office spaces.
Despite its narrow width, the building stands 10 stories tall and extends back 80 feet. The Heineman Building is adorned with glazed terra cotta tiles, crown-like adornments on the roof, and hammered copper panels on every floor. The specially bowed windows with prisms allow limited sunlight to enter the building.
When it was first built, the Heineman Building was the most impressive building in the garment district, but it has since been overshadowed by the buildings that have been constructed around it.