Urban Design Critic John King on the Structures That Define San Francisco

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In "Cityscapes 2," San Francisco Chronicle urban design critic John King highlights 50 notable structures, from the famous Golden Gate Bridge to lesser-known structures like a Powell Street corner cigar store. He'll join us to discuss his favorites and what they say about the City by the Bay. And we want to hear from you. What's your favorite Bay Area building or structure?

Buildings Featured in "Cityscapes 2"

573 South Van Ness Avenue



John King, urban design critic, San Francisco Chronicle


Marquard’s Little Cigar Store, 201 O’Farrell Street


Holy Virgin Cathedral, 6210 Geary Boulevard


255 Hyde Street


PG & E Embarcadero Substation, Folsom and Fremont