|Photos||Address||Neighborhood||City||Posted||Rent ($/sqft/yr)||Sizes (sqft)||Tags|
|x5||160 14th St||Mission||San Francisco||6 Dec||$29.45||5,500|
|x2||2345 Harrison St||Mission||San Francisco||6 Dec||$18.00||4,500|
|x5||450 Shotwell St||Mission||San Francisco||26 Nov||8,107 4,050||Sublease|
|x3||517 York St||Mission||San Francisco||13 Nov||$43.00||5,300 5,300|
|x4||2525 16th St||Mission||San Francisco||5 Nov||$28.00||9,000|
|x78||1550 Bryant St||Mission||San Francisco||10 Dec||$48.00||750 946 1,697 500 6,320 3,948||Sublease|
|x5||2859 Mission St||Mission||San Francisco||3 Dec||$52.80||1,000|
|x30||400 Alabama St||Mission||San Francisco||1 Nov||2,795 11,873 12,182|
|x2||650 Alabama St||Mission||San Francisco||22 Nov||$22.50||800||Coworking|
|x3||2063 Mission St||Mission||San Francisco||5 Nov||$61.02||590|
|x1||3150 16th St||Mission||San Francisco||1 Nov||$24.00||20,000|
|x1||3385 22nd St||Mission||San Francisco||1 Nov||$45.60||1,000|
|x5||2300 Harrison St||Mission||San Francisco||20 Nov||21,831 21,831 21,831|
|x0||2125 Mission St||Mission||San Francisco||22 Nov||8,275|
|x8||224 Guerrero St||Mission||San Francisco||5 Nov||$28.00||1,500|
|x1||3130 20th St||Mission||San Francisco||1 Nov||$36.00||7,200 7,200|
|x22||2130 Harrison St||Mission||San Francisco||5 Nov||$43.02||1,060|
|x1||2431 Mission St||Mission||San Francisco||1 Nov||2,500||Coworking|
|x8||2170 Folsom St||Mission||San Francisco||9 Dec||$25.95||3,700|
|x1||3180 18th St||Mission||San Francisco||1 Nov||3,325|
|x4||375 Potrero Ave||Mission||San Francisco||11 Dec||$30.00||3,628|
|x0||3265 17th St||Mission||San Francisco||22 Nov||6,054|
|x10||2 Shotwell St||Mission||San Francisco||13 Nov||$86.40||1,250|
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Office space seems aplenty, with the total supply estimated at 73 million square feet and a vacancy rate at 11.2%. In this context, rent will continue to increase, on average by 10%, to absorb the higher demand. Hot markets to look for in San Francisco include South Financial District, South of Market, North Financial District, Union Square and Mid-Market. One clear proof of the hot demand is the relatively high percentage (51%) of commercial real estate that is under construction, yet has already been pre-leased.
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