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935 Kearny St

Chinatown, San Francisco, CA
Floors
3
Zoning
CCB

About 935 Kearny St

Located at the base of Hotel North Beach, the commercial space at 935 Kearny Street overlooks one of the busiest intersections in San Francisco, where Kearny, Pacific and Columbus converge. This 3-story property is equally suitable for retailers and professionals looking to rent office space.

935 Kearny Street in San Francisco's Financial District is situated between Columbus Avenue and Jackson Street, on the sunny side of Kearny. It is a highly visible property that enjoys excellent exposure to passing foot and vehicular traffic.

Situated directly across the street from the famous Flatiron Sentinel Building and just a few steps from San Francisco's iconic Transamerica Building, 935 Kearny Street is also within a short walk of Jackson Square's amenities and within walking distance of Chinatown's restaurants, cafes, jewelry stores, groceries and supermarkets.

Nearby restaurants and cafes include Soto Mare, House of Nan King, Golden Boy Pizza, Café Diving and Tuk Tuk Café. Local attractions include Beach Blanket Babylon and Washington Square Park. Access to public transit can be found all around this property.

Boasting an attractive buff facade with large signage and colourful awning identity, 935 Kearny Street in San Francisco is a prime retail opportunity.

Companies at 935 Kearny St

Hotel North Beach Lodging

Internet Providers for 935 Kearny St

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

The Neighborhood: Chinatown

Compared to the rest of the Bay Area market, the Chinatown submarket has greater rates, and you'll need to pay a premium to be in this hot region.

Median Rate Median Size
Chinatown $80
/sqft/yr
1,740
sqft
Median Rate Median Size
Bay Area $44
/sqft/yr
2,500
sqft

Median Rate over Time in Chinatown