921 Front Street This building is a 30,000 sq. ft. brick and timber office building in the Levi Plaza area of San Francisco. It is considered one of the most important historical buildings in the entire city. In 1977 the city and county of San Francisco named the building a historical Landmark. It’s believed the original building was constructed by Daniel Gibb, a native of Scotland who was active and influential in the gold rush.
The building has now been completely refurbished with the interior remodeled to meet modern office standards. The jewel in the crown of the renovation is the brick vaulted Whiskey Room in the basement level. Reminiscent of Speakeasies in the 1920’s, this room was rumored to have had smugglers tunnels during the Goldrush.