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Marc Evan Goldstein, Influential S.F. Architect, Dies

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Source: San Francisco Chronicle

Marc Evan Goldstein, an architect who shaped San Francisco’s skyline as few of his peers has done, died this fall in San Francisco. He was 80.

For almost 30 years, Mr. Goldstein was a top designer in the San Francisco office of Skidmore Owings & Merrill — going from part of the design team for the Bank of America Building at 555 California St. in the 1960s to being the lead architect on such mid-’80s high-rises as 345 California St.

In his later years, though, Mr. Goldstein took more pride in his work with students at the California College of Arts and the work he did on environmentally focused statewide planning efforts in the 1970s.

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