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300 Broadway Street, San Francisco, CA 94133 (Jackson Square)


300 Broadway Street is a 3-story reinforced concrete structure with a partial lower level. The combination of high ceilings, extensive window-lines and a corner location provides the offices here with abundant natural light and tremendous volume. The building is located on the border of San Francisco’s Jackson Square District and North Waterfront neighborhoods of San Francisco. Jackson Square is one of the most highly improved and architecturally attractive neighborhoods in San Francisco, offering the ideal combination of gourmet restaurants, diverse businesses, beautiful landscapes, and ample parking. In addition, the area is the center of San Francisco’s thriving art & antiques trade.


  • Parking: Street parking
  • multiple garage operators nearby
  • Floor Plates: ~ 18900 square feet
  • Elevators: 1 passenger elevator/ 1 freight elevator
  • Tenant Access: 24-hour tenant access
  • Security: Keycard access only
  • Telecommunications: Broadband providers include AT&T and Comcast
  • Architectural: Concrete flooring with 18’ high ceiling; Ideal for light industrial and office use
  • Views: Views of Jackson Square
Onsite Amenities:


The Battery
An exclusive, members-only, private club that offers dining and hotel accommodation with the utmost service and lavish amenities.
Ferry Building Marketplace
The Ferry Building Marketplace is located along the Embarcadero at the foot of Market Street. It is the center of a transit hub that connects all of San Francisco's neighborhoods and the surrounding bay communities. The marketplace is accessible by MUNI, BART and Ferry Boat. The historic trolley cars (Line F Market) stop directly in front of the Ferry Building.
The Chinatown centered on Grant Avenue and Stockton Street in San Francisco is the oldest Chinatown in North American and the largest Chinese community outside of Asia.
Union Square
One of San Francisco's main retail and cultural centers, Union Square also refers to the actual park bordered by Geary, Powell, Post and Stockton streets, The park was built and named in 1850 by San Francisco's first mayor, John Geary. Today the area is one of the largest collections of retail stores, department stores, boutiques, tourist shops, art galleries and salons in the Western United States, making it one of the world's premier shopping districts. Hotels and various performance halls help contribute to the area's cosmopolitan 24-hour character.
Food & Beverages
Jackson Square offers a plethora of dining options, ranging from restaurants offering the highest standards in fine dining to eateries with a more casual atmosphere. Well-known San Francisco locales such as Kokkari and Cotogna are within a couple of blocks of 300 Broadway Street. This is not to mention the vast selection of restaurants from the neighborhoods adjacent to Jackson Square, including Chinatown and North Beach.
Omni, Le Meridien, and Hilton Financial District are some of the well-known hotels that are within walking distance to 300 Broadway Street.


10 Townsend
12 Folsom/Pacific
Embarcadero BART/MUNI station