The Flood Building is a 12 story high rise located in San Francisco, deigned by Albert Pissis and completed in 1904. The building was formerly housed by Baldwins Hotel and Theater which was unfortunately destroyed in 1898 by a fire. It was one of the few buildings to survive both the fire and the earthquake of 1906. The building today now houses over 250 tenants from around he world. On the ground floor you can find shops like Gap, Urban Outfitters, Anthropology along with Sunglass Hut and Watch Station. There is a longtime head of security who claims he can hear the screams of the panicked fire victims of the 1989 fire. If you would like to check out the Flood Building then you can find it 870 Market Street.