116 office spaces for rent (29 properties)
Posted Rent ($/sqft/yr) Size (sqft)
x3
Jul 21 200 - 6,000
x2
Jul 21 8,650
x3
Jun 26 778
x23
Jun 10 4,500
x1
Jun 6 3,396 - 4,136
x38
Jun 26 $26.00 6,005 - 9,786
x4
Jun 18 $26.00 1,198 - 8,623
x2
Jul 1 36,642
x3
Jul 17 3,523
x8
Apr 17 3,000
x2
Jun 25 2,200
x2
May 21 23,300
x71
Jun 18 $50.00 11,306 - 15,447
x25
Mar 20 35,590
x6
Jul 1 7,889
x9
Jul 24 4,732 - 9,464
x10
Jun 25 5,850 - 9,326
x35
Jul 14 $39.00 2,802 - 21,163
x11
Jul 21 3,200 - 18,117
x5
Mar 17 $24.00 6,031 - 11,108
x5
Dec 20 7,678
x33
Jul 23 $36.00 17,061
x4
Jul 10 2,441
x8
Jul 21 $30,000.00 700
x8
Jun 15 17,704
x9
May 20 3,022
x3
Jul 22 $18.00 3,434
x3
Jul 17 5,435 - 9,375
x5
Jul 23 $21.33 1,800

North Beach

Office Lease Market Report

Average Rate ($/sqft/yr)
$30.04
High: $50.00 | Low: $18.00
Average Size (sqft)
8,995
High: 36,642 | Low: 200

Last Updated July 22, 2014

North Beach Office Space

With a total population density of just over 20,000, North Beach is a neighborhood in San Francisco that runs adjacent to Chinatown, Fisherman’s Wharf and Russian Hill. It is also known as Little Italy because of the city’s large Italian American population which is emphasized by all the Italian restaurants planted in North Beach.

Its desirability is well documented as it is rated by the American Planning Association as one of the ten great neighborhoods in all of America. Bordered by Jackson Square, the Financial District, Chinatown, and Telegraph, North Beach encompasses a vast amount of land which hosts a significant amount of urban professionals who need accommodating office spaces.

Office space for rent in the area begins at about $25 per square foot with heights of $60 per square foot with square footage for each space ranging between 600 and 11,000.

North Beach has offices for rent in 94133 and 94111 (zip code).

North Beach at a Glance

Before North Beach was strictly a neighborhood near bodies of water it was an actual beach in the late 19th century composed of mainly landfill. A newly built shoreline following the removal of the waste resulted in the construction of fishing wharves, docks and warehouses to increase the area’s popularity. The neighborhood’s plan worked as it attracted a substantial number of Italian immigrants, including the great baseball legend Joe Dimaggio.

One of the notable landmarks came about as a result of North Beach’s propensity to harbor great nightlife which led to it often being labeled a frenetic red light district. The Condor Club was the establishment built on the corner of Columbus and Broadway in 1964 that served as America’s very first topless bar which still remains to this day. Similarly, the Lusty Lady was designed to be the home of the world’s only worker cooperative strip club.

The neighborhood still maintains a deep Italian culture and subsequently displays one of the largest Columbus Day/Italian American heritage parades in all of America; it stretches from Columbus Avenue past the Transamerica Pyramid to the impeccable San Francisco Maritime National Park.

Popular restaurants in North Beach include North Beach Restaurant, Trattoria Contadina, Gold Spike Restaurant, and E’ Tutto Qua with each offering a wide array of selections for locals and tourists to easily choose from.

Public transportation is provided by the Cable Car on Powell and Hyde as well as the MUNI 39 Coit.

North Beach Real Estate

Available real estate for sale in North Beach averages at $775,000 for a decently sized home.