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2505 Mariposa St

Mission District, San Francisco, CA
Floors
2
Total Size
13,567 sqft
Lot Size
0 acres
Zoning
PDR-1-G, M1
Year Constructed
1923
Year Renovated
2011

Features

Freight Elevator
Close To Public Transit

About 2505 Mariposa St

Built in 1923, the 2-story industrial building at 2505 Mariposa Street is ideal for companies looking to rent office space in the heart of San Francisco's vibrant Mission District or investors hoping to purchase a building for investment or single owner-occupation.

San Francisco's commuters have easy access to both MUNI and BART from this address. The exposed wood frame construction of 2505 Mariposa Street with its soaring ceilings and private and open office spaces makes for an inspiring office environment.

The immediate neighborhood of 2505 Mariposa Street features an abundance of restaurants, coffee houses and other amenities. The property is suitable for single or dual tenancy and is zoned for M1.

This building is equipped with a freight elevator and has had double-paned windows installed in 2004; a new foam roof was installed in 2011. The building boasts heavy power and a drive-in door plus one small balcony. Both floors feature a kitchenette.

The attractive white masonry facade of 2505 Mariposa Street in San Francisco makes a welcoming and professional first impression; this is a perfect business address for tech-based companies seeking to join Mission District's exciting technology-oriented community.

Companies at 2505 Mariposa St

Socratic Technologies

Internet Providers for 2505 Mariposa St

Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
Comcast Cable
1 Gb/s
50 Mb/s
Astound Broadband Cable
100 Mb/s
6 Mb/s
Sonic.net DSL
50 Mb/s
3 Mb/s
AT&T California DSL
25 Mb/s
3 Mb/s
Megapath DSL
25 Mb/s
1.5 Mb/s

The Neighborhood: Mission District

Median Rate Median Size
Mission District $66
/sqft/yr
2,870
sqft
Median Rate Median Size
Bay Area $44
/sqft/yr
2,470
sqft

Median Rate over Time in Mission District