92-year-old SF tower sold for $227 million

San Francisco Chronicle

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When San Francisco’s 111 Sutter St. opened in 1927, it was the city’s fourth-tallest building.

Almost a century later, the 308-foot tower has been surpassed in height by dozens of high-rises that peer down on its 22 stories. But its value has continued to swell alongside much of the city’s office market.

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