Financial and commercial Office Space in the heart of San Francisco. (San Francisco, CA)

Financial and commercial Office Space in the heart of San Francisco.
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Our office space is an architecturally spectacular building with one of the most exclusive business addresses in the Financial District in San Francisco. Designed by renowned architects, Philip Johnson and John Burgee in 1982, the Platinum Leed-Certified site is home to a high concentration of financial, legal, technology and banking institutions and has close proximity to public transportation. The building plaza boasts the exclusive gourmet restaurants of world-famous chef, Michael Mina, as well as on-site amenities like valet dry cleaning, on-site carwashes, luxury showers and locker rooms as well as a parking garage with electric vehicle charging capabilities.

Sustainable design is central to the structure and management, integrating renewable energy through cylindrical glass and granite features. High-efficiency retrofits have taken place over the last decade and earned high Energy Star ratings to make our office space one of the most environmentally friendly sites in the city. Keeping with the concept of sustainability, the outdoor concourse allows visitors to take part in an ongoing living art collective through luxurious flowers and architectural seating displays. The picturesque building views of Downtown San Francisco and the waterfront are only matched by the proximity to Embarcadero plaza, home to the iconic Ferry Building, Fisherman’s Wharf, art installations and fine dining. Prominent tenants of Office space are some of the most recognizable names in the country within the legal, real estate and financial industries, including Cooley LLP, CBRE Group, Grant Thornton, Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley.

Office Markets Served
CA - San Francisco

Business Amenities Available
Wireless Internet

Office Building information
Type of Office Building: Class A Skyscraper (40 stories +)

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