Office Rentals in San Francisco, California

Montgomery Street, San Francisco, 94111 Starting at $1500

Nestled between Telegraph Hill and the waterfront. A perfect place to live, work and enjoy entertainment right along the Embarcadero. Access to bike storage, shower facilities, and exclusive shuttle to the Montgomery BART station, running peak commute hours. A thoughtful balance of private offices, common areas, professional conference rooms, phone booths, and a wellness room. Craft coffee, artisanal pastries, and fresh fruit served fresh daily.

 

Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 Starting at $1224

We meet you where you are, be it over a cup of Equator coffee in our public cafe and tap room, in between meetings in our coworking lounge, or joining our community of the most remarkable people you will ever meet. Work Amenities: 24/7 Access Meeting Rooms Printing Unlimited Coffee/Tea Member Events Mailbox Services Phone Booths Company Branding Steps from BART/MUNI

Cross Streets: Between 5th Street and 6th Street

Clay Street, San Francisco, 94111 Starting at $1240

This location is situated in the heart of downtown at the cross streets. It offers ideal group meeting spaces--perfect for your business. And when it comes to food, it offer catering on-site restaurant and pub, the Elephant and Castle. Additionally, location is near several Thai restaurants and American grills.

 

Cross Streets: Between Sansome Street and Battery Street

Potrero Ave, San Francisco, CA 94103 Starting at $1256

Unique and versatile co-working space in San Francisco that offers individual desks, private creative zones, common couch areas, and a conference room. Perfect for someone looking for an open creative atmosphere.

 

Cross Streets: Between Alameda Street and 15th Street

Tehama Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 Starting at $1264

This business center is a team-oriented community where start-ups, creatives, and visionaries work alongside each other in a collective pursuit of a purpose-driven work life. But that's just breaking the surface. It first opened in April 2017, but the vision for Alloy Collective has roots that go much deeper than that. Born out of the realization that the needs for community in San Francisco were being unmet, this business center was founded with the belief that in business or in the artistic space, people are stronger together and is disrupting the co-working space by prioritizing community & celebrating the strength in our partners

Cross Streets: Between 5th Street and 6th Street

19th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 Starting at $1377

Tenants of this office facility have access to a small shared balcony. Right in the heart of SOMA. Private entrance. 24/7/365 access. WiFi, utilities included. Walking distance from 16th & Mission Bart, near Central Kitchen, Salumeria, Trick Dog, Mission Bowling.

 

Cross Streets: Between Shotwell Street and South Van Ness Avenue

Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94111 Starting at $1200

This office center is a collaborative workspace and innovation hub founded on the principle that people work better together. They offer state-of-the-art workspaces in downtown San Francisco, plus resources, talent, knowledge, and networks to help startups grow better and faster. The convenient location is amidst art galleries, boutiques, antique dealers and fine dining.

Cross Streets: Between Montgomery Street and Sansome Street

Stockton Street, San Francisco, CA 94133 Starting at $1200

This is a coworking space filled with creative minds. Coworkers come from an array of professional backgrounds. They in promoting the success of individuals by providing an open and cost efficient working space.

The coworking office space is fully equipped to provide you with all the necessary resources required to actively manage a successful business. They offer state of the art meeting facilities, personalized workstations, basic office supplies, projectors, conference phones, flip charts, dedicated phone lines, printer, scanner and fax. 

Situated in the heart of the vibrant, eclectic North Beach district of San Francisco, this location provides fast access to key high tech business areas, local transportation, popular dining establishments and historical attractions.

Cross Streets: Between Filbert Street and Greenwich Street

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