294 W. Napa Street, Sonoma, CA
Features. Qualities. Attitude. Creative open space with soaring ceilings, cement floors and arched windows. Mezzanine allowing for office or storage space. The exposed beam ceilings add drama and reinforce the strong Mediterranean architectural form of the property.
3640 Buchanan Street
This Romanesque Revival building is the only surviving industrial building in the neighborhood. It was designed by Joseph B. Crockett, president of the San Francisco Gaslight Company which made gas for heating and lighting from coal and petroleum delivered to its nearby wharf. (Source: An Architectural Guidebook to San Francisco and the Bay Area by Susan Dinkelspiel Cerny.) Pacific Gas & Electric closed the plant in the 1950's, and today it houses offices.
814 Mission Street - 12,000 SQFT Leased!
Andie and Stephanie worked tirelessly to find a new home for their technology client in the notoriously competitive San Francisco office market. Andie and Stephanie built consensus among the firms decision makers and staff and when the time was right, the two of them exercised their acumen for tenant representation and found a 12,000 SQFT full service space. Originally built by the Hearst Corporation, 814 Mission Street is centrally located in the Museum District, accessible to BART, Muni, the Ferry Building, and the Bay Bridge.