CBRE Global Investors Buys 137,625 SF Historic Office Building in San Francisco


Built in 1903, 123 Townsend Street in San Francisco features 137,625 square feet of office space.

SAN FRANCISCO — A fund sponsored by CBRE Global Investors has acquired 123 Townsend Street, an office building located in San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood. Terms, including acquisition price and seller, were not released. The acquisition is part of the fund’s broader strategy to invest in target office markets across the United States.

Built in 1903, the six-story, brick-and-timber building underwent a full renovation in 2000, including significant seismic structural upgrades, a new roof, new systems and the addition of elevators and skylights. Totaling 137,625 square feet, the low-rise property features multiple stairwells and large, flexible floorplans. On-site amenities include a fitness center, bike storage and rooftop deck.

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