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Coit Tower Tour and Happy Hour

  • Thursday, July 16, 2015
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • 1 Telegraph Hill Boulevard, San Francisco, CA (Meet at South Lawn)
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  • Current AIA San Francisco Historic Resources Committee member.
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Please join WCAPT and AIA San Francisco Historic Resources Committee for a unique tour of Coit Tower, a San Francisco landmark which recently underwent a building rehabilitation including the restoration of its 1934 Public Works of Art Project murals. The tour will be led by Architectural Resources Group in collaboration with mural conservator Anne Rosenthal, the San Francisco Arts Commission and San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department.

  

    

 

 





 



Learn about the exterior building repairs, fire, life-safety and ADA upgrades, gift shop renovation, and conservation of the building interior and notable frescoes.


Tour at 6-7:30pm 

Happy Hour at 7:30m


$20 WCAPT Member / $25 General Admission

1.5 HSW Credit


HAPPY HOUR!

Join us for a drink at Gino and Carlo after the tour. We will walk together to this old San Francisco bar in North Beach located at 548 Green Street, SF, CA. If you get hungry, you can grab a bite next door at famous Golden Boy Pizza!


Happy Hour is open to everyone! Please invite friends and anyone you know who would like to join us after the tour!!


Images by David Wakely.

 

   

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 Coit Tower Tour &
 Happy Hour
 San Francisco

 

THURSDAY JULY 16, 2015

 

WCAPT and AIA San Francisco Historic Resources Committee toured Coit Tower, a San Francisco landmark which recently underwent a building rehabilitation including the restoration of its 1934 Public Works of Art Project murals. The tour was led by Architectural Resources Group in collaboration with mural conservator Anne Rosenthal, the San Francisco Arts Commission and San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department.

 

 

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