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Locations in the city of San Francisco.

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44 Montgomery Edit

44 Montgomery was a skyscraper in San Francisco.

In 1986, as the HMS Bounty flew into the city, 44 Montgomery was seen briefly on the viewscreen. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


50 Fremont Center Edit

50 Fremont Center was a 20th century office skyscraper in San Francisco. This building was located on Fremont Street.

In 1986, as the HMS Bounty flew into the city, 50 Fremont Center was seen briefly on the viewscreen. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


123 Mission Street Edit

123 Mission Street, or the Pacific Gas & Electric Building, was a skyscraper in San Francisco.

In 1986, as the HMS Bounty flew into the city, 123 Mission Street was seen briefly on the viewscreen. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


Baker Beach Edit

Baker Beach was a beach in the Presidio, San Francisco. This beach was nearly a mile long. It was located on the Presidio's western shoreline.

In 1986, as the HMS Bounty was leaving the city, this beach was seen in the ship's viewscreen. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


Bank of America Center Edit

The Bank of America Center, or 555 California Street, was a skyscraper that existed as early as the 20th century on California Street in San Francisco. For the prime universe, up to the late 24th century, this building was one of the tallest structures in the city.

In 1986, as the HMS Bounty flew into the city, this building was seen on the ship's viewscreen and, later, this building was seen when Hikaru Sulu flew a helicopter over the San Francisco Bay. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

Bank of America Center was prominently visible from Harry Kim and Libby's apartment in 2372. (VOY: "Non Sequitur")


Bathhouse building Edit

Bathhouse building in 1986

The Bathhouse building in 1986

The Bathhouse building, also known as the Sala Burton building or just the maritime museum, was a historic San Francisco building, located near the waters of San Francisco Bay.

The building was seen as Hikaru Sulu flew a helicopter over San Francisco Bay in 1986. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The building is part of the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.


Bay Street Edit

Bay Street was a street in the city of San Francisco.

Powell & Mason, a cable car line for the San Francisco Municipal Railway, had a stop at the intersection of Bay and Taylor. This stop was mentioned in a destination sign on the front of the car. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

California Street Edit

See main article: California Street.

101 California Street Edit

101 California Street

101 California Street in 1986

101 California Street, or the Itel Building, was an office skyscraper located on California Street in San Francisco.

In 1986, as the HMS Bounty flew into the city, 101 California was seen briefly on the viewscreen. Later, when Hikaru Sulu flew a helicopter over San Francisco Bay, the building could be seen behind One Embarcadero Center. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


345 California Center Edit

345 California Center, or the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, was a skyscraper located on California Street in San Francisco.

In 1986, as the HMS Bounty flew into the city, 345 California was seen briefly on the viewscreen. Later, the building was visible as Hikaru Sulu flew a helicopter over San Francisco Bay. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

345 California was also prominently visible from Christopher Brynner's office in 2024. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part I")


580 California Street Edit

580 California Street 1986

580 California Street in 1986

580 California Street was an skyscraper located on California Street in San Francisco.

In 1986, it was seen briefly on the viewscreen of the HMS Bounty as the ship flew into the city. Later, it was visible as Hikaru Sulu flew a helicopter over San Francisco Bay in 1986. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

At the time the building was filmed it was under construction, and the sculptures that decorate the roof, called "The Corporate Goddesses", were added afterwards.


601 California Street Edit

650 California Street 1986

601 California Street, to the left of 650 California Street, in 1986

601 California Street, or The International Building, was a California Street skyscraper in San Francisco.

601 California was seen as Hikaru Sulu flew a helicopter over San Francisco Bay in 1986. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


650 California Street Edit

650 California Street 1986

650 California Street in 1986

650 California Street, or the Hartford Building, was an skyscraper located on California Street in San Francisco.

650 California was visible on the viewscreen of the HMS Bounty as the ship flew into the city and, later, it was seen as Hikaru Sulu flew a helicopter over San Francisco Bay in 1986. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


Embarcadero Center Edit

The Embarcadero Center was a building complex of office skyscrapers and hotels in San Francisco. Built in the late 20th century. This complex was located on Clay Street.

  • One Embarcadero Center (Security Pacific Tower)
  • Two Embarcadero Center
  • Three Embarcadero Center (Levi Strauss Building)
  • Four Embarcadero Center
  • Hyatt Regency San Francisco

One and Four Embarcadero Centers, as the two tallest buildings, bookended the smaller Two and Three Embarcadero Centers.

In 1986, as the HMS Bounty flew into the city, the Embarcadero Center was seen on the viewscreen. Later, as Hikaru Sulu flew a helicopter over the San Francisco Bay, a portion of this center was seen. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

At least part of the Embarcadero Center still seemed to exist in 2259 of the alternate reality, although the buildings closest to the San Francisco Ferry Building appeared to have been replaced by a newer, much taller skyscraper. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

One Embarcadero Center was also still around in 2404 of an alternate timeline. (VOY: "Endgame")

Two other buildings in the complex, Embarcadero West and Le Méridien San Francisco, have not appeared in a Star Trek production.


Fort Mason Edit

Fort Mason in 1986

Fort Mason

Fort Mason was a military installation in San Francisco on Earth.

In 1986, Hikaru Sulu flew through the entrance of San Francisco Bay, passing the fort on his left. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

By 1986, Fort Point no longer had a military function; it houses instead a large number of cultural and social institutions. In the picture provided here, the white building in the center of the image is the San Francisco Fire Department Pumping Station #2. The red-roofed building on the extreme right is a small part of the building complex that now houses the Fort Mason Center.


Fort Point Edit

Fort Point 1986

Fort Point in 1986

Point Fort was a military fortification, located at the Presidio, at the entrance of San Francisco Bay on Earth. Part of the Golden Gate Bridge was later built over it.

In 1986, while walking back from the Cetacean Institute to San Francisco, James T. Kirk and Spock passed near Fort Point. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


The Gateway Edit

The Gateway in 2404

In an alternate 2404

The Gateway was a complex of apartments and townhomes that existed as early as the late 20th century in San Francisco.

In 1986, as the HMS Bounty flew into the city, The Gateway was briefly visible in the ship's viewscreen. Later, this complex was seen when Hikaru Sulu flew a helicopter over San Francisco Bay. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

In the alternate reality of 2259, The Gateway escaped destruction when the Vengeance crashed into the city. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

In an alternate timeline, the complex still existed in the early 25th century. (VOY: "Endgame")

Since that timeline diverged in 2378, it presumably still existed at that time in the main timeline as well.
This complex consisted of four skyscrapers - VistaNorth, VistaSouth, VistaEast, and VistaWest - that towered over the townhomes.


Greenwich Street Edit

Greenwich Street was a street in late 20th century San Francisco. This street had an intersection with Columbus Avenue and Mason Street.

In 1986, at this intersection, Pavel Chekov and Nyota Uhura were attempting to get directions to the Alameda Naval Base from passersby without success. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The name of this street was seen on a street sign.

Holiday Inn Chinatown Edit

Holiday Inn Chinatown in 1986

The Holiday Inn Chinatown (seen from an odd angle)

The Holiday Inn Chinatown was a 20th century San Francisco hotel.

It was a large building near the corner of Kearny and Columbus Avenue in the city center, and could be seen from that intersection. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The building still exists, but has been converted into a Hilton hotel. Currently it is also obscured from the intersection from which it was seen due to the erection of new buildings inbetween.


Hyatt Regency San Francisco Edit

The Hyatt Regency San Francisco was a hotel in San Francisco, California in the late 20th century. It was part of the Embarcadero Center.

In 1986, as the HMS Bounty flew into the city, the Hyatt Regency was seen briefly on the viewscreen. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


Marina Green Edit

Part of the Marina Green

Part of the Marina Green

The Marina Green was a small San Francisco park existing in the late 20th century. It consisted of a large patch of grass along the waters of the San Francisco Bay.

In 1986, the road besides the Marina Green was the site of a chance encounter between James T. Kirk and Spock, and Gillian Taylor, all of them returning from the Cetacean Institute to the city. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


One Maritime Plaza Edit

One Maritime Plaza

One Maritime Plaza in 1986

One Maritime Plaza, or the Alcoa Building, was a 20th century office skyscraper in San Francisco. It was in the vicinity of Sue Bierman Park, Embarcadero Center, and The Gateway.

In 1986, when the HMS Bounty flew into the city, this building was seen briefly on the viewscreen. Later, when Hikaru Sulu flew a helicopter over San Francisco Bay, the building could be seen, in front of One Embarcadero Center. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

In the alternate reality, this building still existed in 2259. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

By the 2370s, its location was instead occupied by Starfleet's Communications Research Center. (VOY: "Endgame")

One Market Plaza Edit

Steuart Tower in 1986

Spear Tower in 1986

One Market Plaza was a skyscraper complex in San Francisco, located on Market Street.

In 1986, as the HMS Bounty flew into the city, this complex was seen briefly on the viewscreen.

Spear Tower was visible as Hikaru Sulu flew over San Francisco Bay in a helicopter the next day. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


Mason Street Edit

Mason Street was a street in the city of San Francisco.

In the 20th century, Powell & Mason, a cable car line for the San Francisco Municipal Railway, had stops on this street.

In 1986, at the corner of Mason, Columbus Avenue, and Greenwich Street, Nyota Uhura and Pavel Chekov asked passersby for directions to the naval base at Alameda. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The name of this street was seen on the line sign for the cable car.


Mount Davidson Edit

Mount Davidson was a hill located in the city of San Francisco, located southeast of Golden Gate Park.

In 1986, Mount Davidson was briefly seen on the viewscreen of the HMS Bounty as the ship flew into the city. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


Mount Sutro Edit

Mount Sutro was a hill located in the city of San Francisco, located southeast of Golden Gate Park.

In 1986, Mount Sutro was briefly seen on the viewscreen of the HMS Bounty as the ship flew into the city. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

Despite the name, this is not the hill Sutro Tower stands on.


One Sansome Street Edit

One Sansome Street was a skyscraper in San Francisco.

In 1986, when the HMS Bounty flew into the city, this building was seen briefly on the viewscreen. Later, as Hikaru Sulu flew a helicopter over the San Francisco Bay, this building was seen in the background. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


Sentinel Building Edit

Captain Video Sentinel Building

Sentinel Building

The Sentinel Building was a building at the intersection of Kearny and Columbus Avenue in San Francisco. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

In 1986, its ground level housed a Captain Video store. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The Sentinel Building is also the alleged birthplace of the Caesar salad. It is very near the Transamerica Pyramid.


Stockton Street Edit

Stockton Street was a street in San Francisco, California.

In the late 20th century, this street was serviced by the San Francisco Municipal Railway transit bus route 30-Stockton. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The name of this street was mentioned in a destination display.


Sutro Tower Edit

Sutro Tower 1986

The Sutro Tower

The Sutro Tower was a San Francisco landmark.

The tower was situated on a small hill between Mount Sutro to the north and the Twin Peaks to the south. During the 20th century, it could be seen in the city's skyline. In 1986, this tower was glimpsed in the far distance on the viewscreen of the HMS Bounty as it entered the city. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)


Treasure Island Edit

Treasure Island was an artificial island in the San Francisco Bay. This island was located between Oakland and San Francisco. The island was connected by an isthmus to Yerba Buena Island. A road from this island connected it to the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.

In 1986, this island was depicted on a San Francisco Municipal Railway transit map. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

In 2259 of the alternate reality, Treasure Island was displayed on a map of the San Francisco Bay on Admiral Alexander Marcus' office powerwall. (Star Trek Into Darkness)


Twin Peaks Edit

The Twin Peaks was a pair of hills located in the city of San Francisco. These hills were located southeast of Golden Gate Park and Mount Sutro.

In 1986, the Twin Peaks were briefly seen on the viewscreen of the HMS Bounty as the ship entered the city. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

In 2259 of the alternate reality, the Twin Peaks was on a map of the city. Portions of the peaks had been developed. A line connected a point in a developed portion on one of the hills to another point in the northwest of the city. The map was part of a larger collection of graphics and video media that were displayed on a powerwall in Admiral Alexander Marcus's office at Starfleet Headquarters. (Star Trek Into Darkness)


Van Ness Avenue Edit

Van Ness Avenue was a street in San Francisco, California.

This street's location was depicted on a San Francisco Municipal Railway transit map in 1986. In the late 20th century, this street was serviced by the SFMR transit bus route 30-Stockton. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The name of this street was mentioned in a destination display.


Yerba Buena Island Edit

Yerba Buena Island was an island in the San Francisco Bay. This hilly island was located between Oakland and San Francisco. The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge passed through this island. The island was connected by an isthmus to Treasure Island.

In 1986, the location of this island was depicted on a San Francisco Municipal Railway transit map. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

In 2259 of the alternate reality, Yerba Buena Island was seen on a map of the San Francisco Bay. This map was seen on a powerwall in the office of Admiral Alexander Marcus. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

This island was first seen in the director's edition of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. In the alternate reality, the bridge wasn't on the map, implying that something had happened to the bridge since the 2150s when it was last seen in "Affliction", and that in the 2250s that Yerba Buena Island wasn't connected to the rest of the bay by ground traffic.


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