351 California Street

In the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District, 351 California Street, the renowned historic Harold Dollar building, retains a strong sense of history captured in its ornate façade and grand lobby. It has fifteen stories of professional office space available at competitive prices, including an extraordinary penthouse with roof deck access and Bay views.

The building also has a mezzanine space featuring unique lunette windows and skylight that floods the floor with natural light. Being in the heart of the City, 351 is surrounded by fine restaurants, cafes, shops and nightlife.

351 is also easily accessible by regional transportation such as BART and the San Francisco MUNI. Building amenities include concierge service, bike room, operable windows and many more common area renovations that have been installed since taking ownership.

747 Front Street

747 Front Street is located in the heart of the Jackson Square District, one of San Francisco’ s most recognized and dynamic neighborhoods. Defined by its beautiful waterfront location and easy access to the Financial District, The Embarcadero, and the Ferry Building, Jackson Square is an optimal office location.

This vibrant area bustles year round with people enjoying some of San Francisco’s best restaurants and attractions, a plethora of shops and boutiques, and year round entertainment and recreational activities. Offering unmatched views of the San Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, Alcatraz and Treasure Islands, and the downtown San Francisco skyline, Jackson Square is an ideal location for business, retailers, tourists, and residents.

332 Pine Street

A historical gem, 332 Pine Street, or well deservedly named the Orient Building for its exquisite architectural details reminiscent of a yearned time and locale, is situated in the absolute premiere location of the of San Francisco’s Financial District.

The building has eight stories of professional office space, a ground level premium retail and a beautiful penthouse with roof deck.

Recent renovations include a new roof and a new main lobby which features the special characteristics of the building.

Being in the heart of the City, the Orient Building is surrounded by fine restaurants, cafes, shops and nightlife.

332 Pine is also easily accessible by regional transportation such as BART and the San Francisco MUNI.

The floor plate of 332 Pine consists of 5,400 square feet, a window line expanding throughout four sides, high ceilings, and exposed brick walls.

Genesee Plaza

Genesee Plaza is a 161,184 square feet Class A office and medical office located in San Diego’s strongest institutional submarket.

This steel frame, two building, 4-story project, including the plaza level is prominently situated within close proximity to abundant shopping and dining amenities. Not excluding the prestigious University of California- San Diego Thornton and Scripps Memorial hospitals.

Currently, predominately driven by medical practitioners, Genesee Plaza’s location is excellent in offering a central urban location with excellent accessibility to amenities, freeways and public transit.