Brick and Timber Collective Buys Office Building in San Francisco for $27M


Situated in San Francisco’s Jackson Square submarket, 900 Kearny Street features 30,000 square feet of creative office space.

SAN FRANCISCO — Newcastle Partners and Drake Real Estate Partners have completed the sale of 900 Kearny Street, an office building located in San Francisco’s Jackson Square submarket. Brick and Timber Collective LLC acquired the property for $27 million.

Built in 1989, the six-story building features 30,000 square feet of creative office space. At the time of sale, the property was fully occupied by EastWest Bank, Bitmami and Novani, among others. The sellers originally purchased the asset in 2017 for $17 million and renovated the property by adding open office spaces and single-floor suites.

Ben Bullock, David Dokko and Thomas Foley of HFF represented the sellers in the transaction.

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