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Enter the Merchants Exchange Building, and experience 100 years of San Francisco architecture, history, and business.

Located at the heart of San Francisco's Financial District, right on the historic California Street Cable Car line, the Merchants Exchange Building takes you back to the City's elegant and storied past.

Throughout its history, the Merchants Exchange has remained one of the best places to meet and do business in San Francisco. Rising 16 stories, the Merchants Exchange offers office suites ranging in size from 1000 to 15,000 square feet, and provides tenants with the latest in communications technology and infrastructure.

The Merchants Exchange Building is also home to San Francisco's premiere event facility - the Julia Morgan Ballroom, located on the 15th Floor.

First serving as San Francisco's "Commercial Club" in the early 1900s, the stylish, neoclassically designed Julia Morgan Ballroom hosts exclusive corporate events, weddings, charitable functions, and special occasions in a truly one-of-a kind San Francisco experience.

Learn about how this unique architectural jewel can help you make history of your own.

For the past century, top business and political leaders from Theodore Roosevelt to John Kerry and Andrew Carnegie to Bill Gates, have addressed important issues of the day at the Merchants Exchange.

Located in downtown San Francisco, at California and Montgomery Streets, the building features distinctive neoclassical architecture of renowned architects Daniel Burnham, Willis Polk, and Julia Morgan.

In addition to elegant meeting and office spaces, the Merchants Exchange houses the Julia Morgan Ballroom, located on its 15th floor. Formerly known as the "Commercial Club", the Ballroom, including adjoining lounges, is a premiere San Francisco event facility.

The Merchants Exchange was one of the few buildings to survive the infamous 1906 Earthquake and Fire, and today has been completely restored to its 20th century grandeur with the benefits of a modern infrastructure.

Whether you're hosting an event or looking to bring your business to downtown San Francisco, the Merchants Exchange Building may be your ideal locale.

The Merchants Exchange in downtown San Francisco features the distinctive style of renowned architects Daniel Burnham and Willis Polk, and has served as a business and architectural landmark for San Francisco since 1902.

Today businesses at Merchants Exchange enjoy an elegant neoclassical environment together with a modern communications and technology infrastructure.

The Merchants Exchange Building is also home to the newly-restored Julia Morgan Ballroom, one of San Francisco's premiere events venues. Originally, the Julia Morgan Ballroom, and its adjoining meeting rooms and lounges, was home to the city's Commercial Club, where city leaders gathered to do business and discuss the issues of the day.

After an extensive renovation, the re-named "Julia Morgan Ballroom" has become the “go-to” location for organizations and individuals desiring to host events with a uniquely historic San Francisco flair.

Whether you're planning an elegant function, important meeting, or looking to locate your business in the center of downtown San Francisco, consider the Merchants Exchange Building.

 
The Merchants Exchange Building - 465 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94104