In the News

Offices Get Roughed Up to Lure Start-Up Tenants

San Francisco landlords are finding a new way to attract desirable start-up tenants: tear up conventional-style office buildings to give them an edgier feel.

Read More

MetLife Snatches Treat Towers For Reported $130M

MetLife has acquired Treat Towers, a two-building, 10-story, class-A, LEED-EB Gold-certified office complex here, from an Equity Office Properties joint venture.

Read More

Mission District attracts institutional investors

Kinship Capital, a Chicago-based real estate investment firm, in partnership with Harvest Properties, has closed on the purchase of the Pioneer Building, a boutique creative office building in San Francisco’s supply-constrained Mission District.

Read More

Kinship Harvests a Pioneer

Harvest Properties and a Chicago money partner have acquired the 34,000 square-foot Pioneer Building in San Francisco’s Mission District with a plan to renovate and reposition the 1902 factory building.

Read More

Financial District losing to SoMa as destination

As surging demand from technology companies propels rents skyward and vacancy rates lower in the South of Market Area, the neighborhood is reaching its limits and prospective tenants are looking to the once-uncool Financial District.  And Financial District property owners — who suddenly can’t attract rental rates as high as those in SoMa — have […]

Read More