Space For Lease: 1310 Mission Street, San Francisco - High ceilings, close to BART/Muni, Twitter HQ

1310 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
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Last Verified:
Nov 11, 2022


  • Great for Entertainment/Recreation Venues, Creative Office Spaces, Medical Offices, and much more
  • Large Open Space with an upstairs Mezzanine and Multiple Restrooms on the Ground Floor
  • Glass-Walled Private Offices, Large Conference Room, Private Restrooms on the Second Floor
  • High 14.9 FT+ Ceilings with Natural Light
  • Brand new HVAC
  • Single-identity building


1310 Mission is conveniently located in San Francisco’s Mid-Market District near Downtown San Francisco. This property is highly visible and highly trafficked right off Mission and Ninth Street, nearby the renowned Twitter building. 1310 Mission has a prominent storefront and includes visible signage opportunities. This space is near move-in ready and/or can be easily improved for a variety of uses such as an entertainment and recreation venue, creative office space, medical office, and much more. Ideal for a tenant looking for a single-identity building.

Located in SOMA (South of Market Area) close to BART/Muni at 8th and Market.

Year Built: 1946
Building Size: 5320sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 0 acres


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Units for Lease

1310 Mission Street, San Francisco: Full Building Identity
Space Available: 5320 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Month: $2.25

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