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±153,680 SF of San Francisco's Best Brick & Timber PDR Space

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About the Building

Constructed in 1915 to rebuild the city after the 1906 earthquake, 2 Henry Adams, also known as the Showplace, represents quintessential brick and timber construction and best in class PDR space. Originally built for the Dunham, Carrigan & Hayden Hardware Company, a notable hardware supplier for both the Gold Rush and post-earthquake reconstruction period, 2 Henry Adams is now home to the SF Design Center

Building Features

Construction Type

Heavy Timber | Modern Seismic Reinforcement

Ceiling Heights

12 to 16 feet

Full HVAC

Rooftop package units

Loading

Drive in and Dock high available

Power

2, 3000 Amp 208 Volt 3 Phase services supplying the building. This equates to approximately 1,727 kW and is 5.2 watts/gross square foot.

Generator Pad

Back-up generator pad located on the North Side of the building

Parking

Secure Lot available across the street

Building Hours

Building Security & Tenant Access – 24/7 HVAC – 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Exterior Building Façade Signage Available

facing I-80 / Hwy 101, visible to over 200,000 cars per day.

Availabilities & Floorplans

The 4 and 5 floors are available, totaling ±149,953 SF. The space features 12 to 16 foot ceilings, skylights, windows on 4 sides, a ±3,727 SF penthouse with outdoor deck, large floor plates, two freight elevators and parking. Up to ±8,000 SF of additional space can be made available on the ground level for loading and equipment.

Location & Transit

Transit

  • Proposed Shuttle 1 —
  • 70 Mission / Transbay / Caltrain / 2 Henry Adams
  • Proposed Shuttle 2 —
  • Civic Center BART / 2 Henry Adams
  • T-Line —
  • Sunnydale & Bayshore / Balboa Park Station

Walking & Biking

  • Civic Center BART —
  • 8 Block Walk
  • CalTrain Station —
  • 4 Minute Bike

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