750 Second Street

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750 Second Street is just steps from world class restaurants, shopping & home of the San Francisco Giants.

“We sought to relate the design of this contemporary residential building to the renovated historic warehouses which surround the site, carefully recalling the materials and details which give the South End Historic District its identity, while creating a fresh, sophisticated composition appropriate to life in 21st century San Francisco.” said Bob Baum of Gould Evans Architects.

Stiletto Eclipse was chosen for its durability and matte sheen finish. The brushed surface gives the appearance of aged or reclaimed wood evoking the feeling of former warehouse/ dock lands area.

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Multi-Unit Residential
San Francisco, California
Gould Evans Architects
Brushed Eclipse Stiletto Strand Flooring
LEED Credits: 
Possible LEED Credits: IEQc4.3: Low Emitting Materials MRc6: Rapidly Renewable Materials MRc7: Certified Wood CA Section 01350: Passed Other: No added urea formaldehyde

Physical / Mechanical Properties - Properties - Stiletto Strand Bamboo Flooring


9/16” x 5” x 72”

14mm x 125mm x 1830mm


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ASTM E648: Critical Radiant Flux

Class 1

ASTM D1037 Dimensional Stability

  • Linear Expansion: Parallel -0.02%, Perpendicular -0.23%
  • Thickness Swell: -0.25%
  • Hardness (Janka Ball Test): 3,500 lbf (avg)

ASTM D2394: Coefficient of Friction

Static Coefficient / Dynamic (Sliding) Coefficient: 0.562 / 0.497

ASTM D3359: Adhesion by Tape Test

Class 4B

ASTM D4060: Taber Abrasion

11,000 cycles average

ASTM: 4442: Moisture Content

6–9% average

ASTM D5116-06: Organic Emissions
[CA Section 01350]:

Classroom scenario / Office scenario: Pass / Pass