• $7,400
  • 1 Bath
  • 1,975 SqFt
  • McGuire# 511128

24-48Hrs Minimum Notice Required For Showings

Summary:

      Rent: $7,400 (Approx $3.75 / sf) - 1 Year Lease

               $7,200 (Approx $3.65 / sf) - 2 Year Lease

               $6,900 (Approx $3.49 / sf) - 3 Year Lease

      Bed/Bath: 3 Offices / 1ba

      Type: Commercial-Unfurnished

      Terms:  1, 2, or 3 Year Lease Terms considered

      Available: Now

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Commercial Space in the Heart of the Valencia Corridor

Val 17 is a centrally located building with easy access to downtown San Francisco, SOMA and many shops and restaurants in one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in the city. This unit receives abundant street traffic because of its ideal location between Mission and Valencia Streets, just 1 block from the 16th Street Bart Station.

Features:

  • Ground-floor unit with retail window space
  • 1975 sq ft (approximately)
  • Previously a pilates studio
  • Large entry area for greeting clients/front desk – with beautiful stained polished concrete floors
  • Property offers heating system that provides fast heat for hot yoga or Pilates classes
  • 3 large office areas
  • Main room with mirrored wall (note: mirrors have been removed).
  • ADA bathroom
  • Street parking
  • Close to BART, Muni and the 101 Freeway

Location

Cross Street:

Valencia St

City:

San Francisco

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415.901.2779

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At-a-Glance Once known as known as "the Mission lands" (that is, the lands belonging to Mission San Francisco de Asis , which holds the distinction as the oldest building in the City), The Mission District was once inhabited by the Ohlone people , a Native American tribe who populated much of the San Francisco Bay Area. Towards the end of the 18th century, however, Spanish missionaries began settling in the area, bringing with them their religion, culture, and way of life. Over time, The Mission has served many roles: as rancho and farm land; industrial space and housing plots for working-class German, Irish, and Italian immigrants; and, in its most recent iteration, as one of the City’s mo...

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