1409 Sutter St., San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA 94109; Office Building for sale; B-1 in San Francisco County
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1409 Sutter was originally a single-family residence and later was converted into a 4-story single-tenant office space. The property previously served as corporate headquarters for the Simayof Corporation and was also frequently used and rented for private and corporate events, weddings and receptions. The 4-story building consists of approximately 16,897 gross rentable square feet. Originally built in 1881, the building has gone through several phases of major renovations, but has retained all of its original design, charm and beauty. The office conversion modifications included decorative hand painting, stone accents, security system, HVAC, addition of marble flooring, lighting modifications, and original wall texturing with European stained glass and woodworking kept intact and refurbished.
The Van Ness Corridor, a major San Francisco inner-city thoroughfare, is an approximately 2.3-mile stretch of Highway 101 which connects the Peninsula (Silicon Valley of South Bay and Peninsula of San Mateo County) to North Bay (Marin County) via the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. The Corridor (both north and south), along with Geary Boulevard (east and west) are two of the most heavily-traveled streets in San Francisco. In addition to auto traffic, the Van Ness Corridor is easily accessible by public transportation from almost all major bus lines, BART and boasts many public parking garages. There are many amenities in the area such as the new $2 billion dollar CPMC hospital and office tower, city hall, Davis symphony Hall, ballet, many new residential towers under construction, shops, theaters, renowned restaurants and easy public transportation. the property is close to Pacific Heights, Fisherman’s Wharf, Mid-Market and Civic Center where the booming tech business hub is located at.