The Swedish Society of San Francisco owns the Swedish American Hall at 2174 Market Street.
It was built in 1907, designed by noted Swedish architect August Nordin, who designed over 300 buildings in San Francisco.
A short history of the building is provided.
This building has been used as a meeting place for many generations of Swedish Americans. It has old world charm, a grand ballroom and is flexible to accommodate meetings, parties, dinners, weddings, receptions, recitals and other special events. The top floor houses the Swedish American Hall Library and Archives and a Board Room.