San Francisco, CA Commercial Real Estate
San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area have long been strong economic engines driving growth across the region. With retail corridors that continue to stand the test of time and iconic office properties that draw investors from all over the world, as well as the ever-evolving and adapting industrial sector, which caters to research, e-commerce, modern manufacturing, and so much more, commercial real estate in San Francisco is uniquely well positioned to weather any rainy day.See our listings
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Commercial real estate for lease in San Francisco includes spaces ranging in size from 100 square feet to 646,000 square feet, and can accommodate tenants in any industry — from life science flex labs to creative office seekers, to manufacturing and storage, as well as logistics needs and more. Based on our listings, the average commercial property size in San Francisco is 370,263 square feet, and rents start at $28/sqft/year.
Robert Dollar Building
1 Space / 1,721 Sqft
100 Hooper - South Building
1 Space / 10,984 Sqft
1 Space / 1,444 Sqft
One Hallidie Plaza
10 Spaces / 28,523 Sqft
Park Tower at Transbay
2 Spaces / 7,341 Sqft
San Francisco Executive Park III
6 Spaces / 15,575 Sqft
1426 Fillmore Street
4 Spaces / 11,943 Sqft
1 Space / 15,266 Sqft
832 Folsom Street
1 Space / 8,646 Sqft
San Francisco Commercial Real Estate Market Stats
Activity on the San Francisco market influences local economies throughout the Northern California region. Occupying famously hilly terrain between the Pacific Ocean and the city’s namesake bay, commercial real estate in San Francisco offers virtually no bad views. This "global city" brimming with opportunity has attracted skill, talent, and fortune seekers since the days of the great gold rush.
Today, the city proper is home to more than 800,000 residents, as well as some of the most highly valued real estate in California. Commercial space for lease in San Francisco commands rents of $64.08 per square foot per year, on average. Listings vary greatly in size across property types, including spaces as small as 138 square feet or as large as 900,000 square feet. Out of the local buildings with commercial space for lease, a grand total of 141 have earned LEED certifications.
Listings in grade A properties average rents of $74.85 per square foot per year, while A+ commercial space in San Francisco can go up to $115 per square foot per year. Current local listings amount to 11,800,873 square feet across 1,235 spaces, in 72 class C properties, 552 class B, 245 grade A properties, and 14 trophy commercial assets.
Commercial real estate news
From our blog
July 15, 2020
Lyda Hill Philanthropies and J. Small Investments recently announced their future-focused redevelopment plans for Pegasus Park. The project aims to boost the science and tech scenes in Dallas and turn the former ExxonMobil campus into a hub for innovation and social influence.Read more
July 7, 2020
Richmond, Va.-based commercial real estate investment firm Lingerfeld Commonwealth Partners (LCP) recently announced the sale of Buschwood III in Tampa, Fla., to fellow Virginia-based company Continental Capital Partners (CCP). The sale price was reported to be $10.35 million.Read more
July 3, 2020
Rexford Industrial Realty Inc., a real estate investment trust (REIT) focused on investing in and operating property in Southern California infill markets, recently completed the purchase of a five-property portfolio for $73.2 million. The acquisition incorporates 434,000 square feet of both value-add and institutional-quality assets.Read more