AT&T Park

Nestled on the China Basin waterfront between the old warehouse district and the bay on Third and King streets, AT&T Park, home of the Giants, has created quite a buzz. A public promenade along the waterfront and cutouts in the right-field wall offer the public a free glimpse into the ballpark, reminiscent of the old knot-hole gang days. From inside the stadium, fans have a spectacular view of the Bay Bridge, the San Francisco skyline, and the chance to actually see a home run splash into the water.

Another characteristic of the park that stands out is the brick-lined façade along King Street. Wanting the stadium to look like it had been on the China Basin forever, the architects chose H.C. Muddox to manufacture the nearly 700,000 bricks needed for the exterior. The brick chosen was a 1" x 2 1/4 x 7 5/8 for pre-cast concrete, in a mix of 70% Old Town Red wire-cut and 30% Mountain Rose with an accent of our Ebony brick. The stadium's H.C. Muddox red brick exterior responds to the architecture of the surrounding neighborhood, while maintaining the character of the city.

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Brick by HC Muddox