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San Francisco

37.795453º N, 122.396109º W | 4:27:40 PM PST

About the Office

The Lazard San Francisco office is located in the city’s Financial District. San Francisco is one of the global hubs of Lazard's Technology, Media and Telecommunications practice. In addition to housing our global industry practices, it is also home to one of Lazard Asset Management's global offices. Lazard has a long and colorful history in San Francisco, starting in 1850, when the original Lazard brothers sold dry goods and banking services to prospectors and others drawn to the California Gold Rush. The modern-day San Francisco office opened in 1996.


4 Embarcadero Center
24th Floor

San Francisco CA 94111

Directions for your visit

The Lazard San Francisco office is located in Four Embarcadero Center, on Drumm Street, between Sacramento and Clay Street. The building is most easily accessed through the Drumm Street entrance. Visitors will be asked to use either the middle elevator banks or the escalator, and proceed up one floor to our main lobby. From the lobby, visitors will utilize the elevator bank on the far right to access the 24th floor, where they will be asked to check in with reception. Visitors will be greeted by their host.

During after-hours (before 7:00 a.m. and after 7:00 p.m.), visitors will be asked to provide photo identification at the reception desk in the main lobby, and will be directed to the elevators up to our office. We kindly ask visitors to ring the bell on the entrance door upon their arrival. Visitors will be greeted by their host.

For visitors driving to our office, please enter the parking structure at the intersection of Drumm and Clay Streets. Drive onto the cobblestones and take a right into the underground parking lot. Visitors may take elevators directly to our office where they will be greeted by their host.

Our office may be reached by public transport. Visitors may take Bay Area Rapid Transit Red, Yellow, Blue, or Green Line to Embarcadero Station.

+1 415 421 5050 Fax

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