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160 King Street

San Francisco, CA

Site: 320,000 sf     No. Stories: 9 stories

Opposite the San Francisco Giant’s AT&T Park, this 320,000 sf mid-rise office building houses five floors of technologically equipped office space above five floors of parking. Retail at the ground floor level serves a diverse cross-section of multi-media workers and baseball fans. Designed to complement its environment in the heart of the China Basin district, 160 King Street is a modern interpretation of a renovated warehouse. The brick clad facade makes a visual connection with new and old structures in the neighborhood, as well as to the Giants ballpark. Tenants, tourists and baseball fans enjoy this building’s many neighborhood amenities including ground level pedestrian activity, plenty of convenient restaurant and retail opportunities, and transportation links such as direct access to MUNI, CALTrans, BART, and the Bay Bridge.