This San Francisco building was constructed in the year 1907. The structure is set at 250 Brannan Street in the South of Market neighborhood. Rising 3 stories above the street level, the commercial office building contains approximately 104,000 square feet of rentable office space.
The former Gallo Salame building, this historic structure has a long history in San Francisco. In fact, the original factory artwork can still be found on the side of the building, which adds additional character and makes the structure recognizable.
Three stories of multi-paned windows fill the office spaces within 250 Brannan Street with natural light. Each unit offers high ceilings and has been updated to modern standards. With large floor plates and open-shell construction, the units are versatile for a number of uses.
In 2001, this historic building received a full seismic upgrade. During this update, the owners of the structure also updated the plumbing, electric and mechanical systems. In addition to modern upgrades, tenants enjoy such features as a private interior courtyard, two levels of parking with a total of 310 spaces and excellent signage opportunities.
The light-colored brick facade of 250 Brannan Street features many ornate details that hint at the historic nature of the building. Horizontal indentations, protruding accents and a detailed cornice are just some of the features.
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