Designed by noted art deco architect Timothy Pflueger in 1925, 140 New Montgomery was a daring structure, one of the tallest skyscrapers on the West Coast at the time of its construction. Originally home to the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company, this 26-story terra cotta and granite building includes a richly detailed historic facade and dramatic lobby and stands as one of the most iconic structures in downtown San Francisco. Wilson Meany, LLC and Stockbridge Capital Group purchased 140 New Montgomery in 2007. They then engaged Perkins+Will to revitalize the building, restore it to its former grandeur and position the building as a state-of-the-art contemporary office building. Hear from Perkins+Will's Cathy Simon and members of the Wilson Meany team describe this unique project.