The 1907 building now serves a pop-up dining hall, but for the most part has been empty for 13 years. Still, its age and character mean that the planners have grown fond of it, and a bit muted toward the idea of demolishing it for a new building.
The spiraling deity by sculptor Lawrence Argent is San Francisco's tallest piece of public art at nine stories, but until the surrounding plaza is completed next year, only the residents of the nearby towers can actually see it.
Welcome to another installment of our regular series that takes a look inside some of the biggest tech companies by way of employees's and visitors's Instagram shots. We already brought you LinkedIn and Facebook.