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One of a Kind Multi-Tenant Commercial Building for Sale

San Francisco, CA


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13,808 square feet per tax records
2 load-in doors with freight elevator
Fully leased – option to deliver vacant

Boasting just over 13,800 square feet per tax records, 1069 – 1073 Howard Street is a beautiful poured concrete industrial building Located on a 3,746 square-foot rectangular lot on the southeast corner of Howard and Moss streets. It is filled with potential for investment for your place of business or for tenants. It is currently leased to a single tenant with many options for the future.

Designed by the architect, Walter C. Falch, the structure is a concrete frame industrial building designed in the Classical Revival style. The property features 3 levels over a basement, all with usable footage. The rectangular-plan building clad in smooth and scored stucco, is capped by a flat roof. It has 2 pedestrian entrances on Howard Street and both a loading dock and a separate freight elevator on Moss Street, one at street level and one at truck height.

The property is in the Western SOMA Light Industrial and Residential Historic District with a height limit of 85 feet. Bring your architect or contractor to fully understand any development potential. It is located within the Mixed Use General (MUG) Zoning District, SOMA Youth and Family Zone Special Use District (SUD), and the SOMA Special Sign District (SSD) per a San Francisco Planning Department Letter of Determination.

Originally designed and constructed to house printing presses and attendant operations, 1069 – 1073 Howard Street retains many qualities and characteristics embodying the historicity of the South of Market District. High ceilings, large windows, updated bathrooms, and a tastefully renovated spaces create an elegant look and feel. The building is serviced by a freight elevator, comercial electrical service, ethernet wiring throughout and comes equipped with security cameras, 2 kitchens, 5 beautiful bathrooms and more. It includes a hidden Speakeasy and wine cellar in the basement and many other interesting features.

The building is currently fully leased to a single tenant, with an option to be delivered vacant. It is currently used as a collaborative workspace for artists, photographers, designers, chefs, craft makers and other creatives, and a letterpress shop and unique retail store on its ground floor. With a walk score of 96, it is well located with access to 101 and 280 Freeways, as well as BART, MUNI, CalTrain and Bus transit options.

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