1 De Haro

San Francisco, CA

Designed by Pfau Long Architecture, One de Haro is located at the intersection of San Francisco’s SOMA, Potrero Hill, and Showplace Square districts. Due to local zoning considerations, the 60-ft building includes offices on the upper stories and light industrial space on the ground floor and mezzanine. The upper floors are CLT, with the panels exposed to provide a beautiful, warm, natural wood finish. The ground floor is concrete, with 20-ft-tall ceilings and a welcoming mezzanine well suited to production, distribution, and repair-related businesses.

See the business case study for this project. The case study series aims to fill a gap in available information related to the financial performance of U.S. properties constructed with mass timber structural systems in buildings across various product sub-types. Using transparent quantitative data, each of the 10 case studies analyzes how mass timber has created value and provides a qualitative overview of successes, challenges, and lessons learned from the developer/owner perspective.

Version History
  • Project last updated by WoodWorks on 05-31-2024
Project Details
  • Year Built


  • Number Of Stories


  • Bldg system

    Mass Timber

  • Square footage


  • Construction Type:


  • Building Type:

    Business (Office)

  • Material Types:

    Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT)
    Glue-Laminated Timber (GLT or glulam)

Project Team
Version History
  • Project last updated by WoodWorks on 05-31-2024
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