A corner building, this property is located at the intersection of Turk Street and Taylor Street and has an address of 98 Turk Street in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco. The massive structure was constructed in 1907, rises 4 stories above the ground and contains just under 24,000 square feet of rentable office space.
With large storefronts and separate entrances, the retail units on the ground floor of 98 Turk Street see a lot of traffic every day. The spaces are suitable for any number of uses, including food establishment, retail stores and professional businesses.
Both blade and facade signage are available for the use of commercial tenants, and this maximizes the amount of exposure on the two busy surrounding streets. From the sidewalk, a separate door takes guests into the hotel/apartment portion of 98 Turk Street.
Throughout the structure, ceilings reach heights of approximately 12 feet. This being said, there is also a comfortable basement with 9-foot ceilings and a full sprinkler system. Back outside, metered street parking fills the area that surrounds 98 Turk Street.
Stacked brick details on the corners and fan-like accents above the windows on the upper story give the exterior of 98 Turk Street a historic look. The facade has a mixture of smooth and brick coverings.
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