SAN FRANCISCO—The Blue Bottle Coffee chain has opened its newest store in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District in Northern California.

Blue Bottle Coffee is taking up half of the ground floor space of the historic 115 Sansome building, while the Treasury, a cocktail bar, will occupy the rest. The building was built in 1912, just six years after the 1906 earthquake, and it is one of the few remaining buildings in the city that still is steam-heated.

fb-og-image-default-4ea7d394768170eb01713793626eea46Blue Bottle Coffee opened in Sansome just two weeks after the company opened their Mid-market location. Luke Wade, from Wade Design Architects, designed the minimalistic café, which holds 35 seats. The new Blue Bottle Coffee in San Francisco will offer familiar coffees and teas, plus additional food items ranging from waffles, to sandwiches. They will be open weekdays from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and weekends from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

According to Sprudge Magazine, which focuses on coffee news and culture, Chad Janowiak, Blue Bottle’s Director of Retail in Northern California said that it is an exciting time for Blue Bottle Coffee in San Francisco. “We’ve waited to find that perfect spot, and we have, with Sansome and Bush,” he told Sprudge. “The foot traffic, the energy of those who work and live in the area really make the space come to life.”

Janowiak also said that what makes Blue Bottle Coffee different from all other coffees in the Financial District of San Francisco is the people and the welcoming atmosphere that they create.

Blue Bottle Coffee recently opened a store in Tokyo, where they saw lines of up to four hours long for guests waiting to get their American coffee.

The company began in Oakland, California in 2002.