The Malloch Apartments, 1360 Montgomery Street (Between Filbert and Alta Streets). Looking West. Bay Bridge in distance. The Malloch Apartments were designed were designed in the streamline Modern style by Irvin Goldstine and Jack S. and J. Rolph Malloch, a father-and-son architect team who were its first residents. The four story, white and silver building stands justa block south of the edge of Telegraph Hill where Montgomery Street splits into two levels, and is sheltered by English hawthorne trees, giant draecaena, and a bright shrub of pink geraniums. Bogart in third floor, front window.
Note the frosted Art Nouveau Window
Two forty foot high sgraffito murals by Alfred DuPont cover its north and west walls. One mural depicts Commerce, a strong barrel chested figure who cradles the earth in his arms. At the bottom, a freighter passes under the Bay Bridge, which was completed the same year as the Malloch.
North Wall at Filbert and Montgomery, Commerce
The current resident of Irene Jansen’s third floor apartment has posted in her window a card board cut-out of Bogart.
West Wall at Alta and Montgomery, the mural depicts Discovery, at whose feet sit a compass and a gold-rush-era clipper.
Coit Tower looking up from 1360 Montgomery Street
The famous elevator in DARK PASSAGE. A young Bogart retracing the steps. This is the most remarkable feature of the Malloch Building. It can be accessed via a silver door in the building’s lobby. The frosted glass elevator is exposed is exposed to the street and backlit, so that you can see the elevator rising in the night (as seen in DARK PASSAGE), as if through liquid silver.
Frosted window on third floor outside of Irene Jensen’s apartment.
Looking up the Filbert Steps toward Montgomery Street
Steps leading from the hill above to the Malloch Apartments at Filbert and Montgomery Streets.
Upper street where Bogart saw Madge Rapf leaving Irene Jansen’s apartment
Moving east across town to the base of the Golden Gate Bridge. Location of Bogart throwing Clifton Young (Baker) off the rock to his death at Fort Point.