Compared to the rest of the East Bay market, the Bayfront and Peninsula submarket has more expensive rates, and you'll need to make a great offer to be in this hot submarket.
In the last 90 days, 15 listings have been posted online, which means leases might be going fast. You'll want to be prepared to make an offer immediately. About 7% of the office spaces in the Bayfront and Peninsula are subleases, so you will probably need to sign a longer term lease with the landlord directly. There aren't many listings below 2,000 square feet available, so finding a space for a small business might be tough.
Even though the median size is 3,640 sqft, there are still 0 spaces below 2,000 sqft. Most buildings in this region are close to 5 stories. Most buildings in this area were built in 1975 and are Class A.
Not much of the real estate is used for commercial space, so it might be hard to find office space. Information is the dominant industry in this area. Commute by bike is the most popular way to get to work amongst Bayfront and Peninsula occupants. Commuting around 30 minutes a day is the norm for those who opt to reside in this part of town.