111 Sutter St
111 Sutter St San Francisco , CA 94104

111 Sutter Street - Lease - office for lease

7,309 - 30,146 ft2
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Renowned architect Schultz & Weaver introduced the French Romanesque style of architecture to the West Coast on March 1, 1927 when 111 Sutter Street first opened its doors as the Hunter-Dulin Building. A home to offices of influential business leaders, politicians, bankers, lawyers, and even famed fictional characters, this 22-story “Historically Significant Building” has evolved into one of San Francisco’s most prestigious properties. Original bas relief representations of Greek mythology have graced the exterior and copper spires have crowned the mansard roof for as many years as legends have walked the mosaic floors. The West Coast headquarters of NBC, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Alioto & Alioto, Metropolitan Life Insurance, Dean Witter, and “Sam Spade” of the Maltese Falcon were long-term tenants at 111 Sutter Street. The mystery, intrigue and cultural relevance of these tenants and their stories still remain at the core of 111 Sutter Street’s history today.

LEED Silver certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. Seismic, electrical and plumbing upgrades completed in 2001. New building elevator systems with remodeled elevator cabs. On-site building management and 24-hour lobby attendant. Creative interiors feature 9- to 11-foot ceilings and operable windows. Category I Historically Significant Building distinction granted by the City of San Francisco. Winner of multiple awards including 2001 Office Building of the Year, BOMA Earth Award, and Best Renovation Project. Excellent Central Business District location just four blocks from Union Square shopping and dining. Easy access to BART, Muni, Market Street trolley cars and freeways. Adjacent secured parking in Post Montgomery Center garage. Direct access to an array of specialty shops, international dining options and personal services in Crocker Galleria. 24-Hour Fitness located on ground level.