The office space in the 1750 Montgomery Center has a park-like setting close to San Francisco's major tourist attractions and its financial district. The city is very much a global banking and finance center. Montgomery Street was once known as the 'Wall Street of the West' and San Francisco is one of the world's top cities by GDP with large financial institutions, multinational banks and supporting professional services. Tourism is also the backbone of the local economy with millions of visitors spending billions of dollars. A top tourist attraction is nearby Pier 39 at Fisherman's Wharf. The historic Muni streetcars run along The Embarcadero a short walk from the office. Also close are the famously crooked Lombard Street, Telegraph Hill, Chinatown and ferry trips to Alcatraz. The office is a few blocks from the shops and restaurants at Levi's Plaza.