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San Francisco International Airport – Terminal 2

Photographer: Bruce Damonte

Originally built in 1954, the Terminal 2 building underwent a $383 million renovation and expansion to become the nation’s first LEED® Gold-Registered Terminal and one of the most modern and comfortable terminals in the United States. The project converted the former international terminal into a 640,000 square foot, 14-gate into a state-of-the-art domestic terminal that included 30,793 square feet of retail development. T2’s interiors feature light, airy spaces, as well as intimate and more colorful “Conversation Areas.”  The ticket lobby is designed to be warm and inviting, like a hotel lobby rather than a traditional civic building.  Setting the tone for T2, the unique Recompose area is distinguished by copious daylight and gracious seating. The departures lounge is a large central park containing two children’s play areas, a variety of seating for dining or just relaxing.


  • LEED Gold

Completion Year



640,000 square feet
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