485 Jessie Street is a five-story plus basement, fully-renovated creative office property with ±47,067 gross square feet. On a lot size of ±7,997 square feet, its original vintage construction type provides the ideal “historic creative” feature strongly preferred by the rapidly-expanding tech and creative tenants in the area.
Located on the north side of Mission Street, between Fifth and Sixth Streets, it rests close to many of SF’s most popular venues, modes of transportation, and other corporate and technology tenants. Neighboring areas include SF’s Central Business District, Civic Center District, and SOMA submarket.
Originally built in 1924, 485 Jessie was fully renovated in 2007 to accommodate occupancy of its largest tenant, UCSF. The institutional-grade retrofit included seismic upgrades and new building systems: elevators, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, roof and fire/life-safety. Originally built as a warehouse property in a thriving garment and production district, the building offers high ceilings, exposed concrete, timber floors, and industrial-sash window line, ideally combined with the modern benefits of a fully-renovated and seismically-improved institutional-quality asset.