Humboldt Bank Building
785 Market St

www.785marketstreet.com/

In 1905, the President and Directors of the Humboldt Savings Bank embarked on plans to build an elegant high-rise tower at 785 Market Street and Fourth Street. They commissioned the architectural partnership of Meyer & O’Brien to design and construct their fabulous new headquarters. Today the Humboldt Bank Building takes its place in San Francisco’s future, with major renovations further enhancing the already stunning architecture. Inside, the elegant lobby provides a classically gracious entrance to your handsome office environments. Hand-cut marble and stone complement the fine vaulted entrance. Elevators have been fitted with brass fixtures and fine woodwork. With your offices in this architecturally significant building, you will enjoy convenient access to all of downtown San Francisco. MUNI and BART are right at your front door and easily connect you to the East Bay terminal and The Southern Pacific Depot. Freeway access is just 4 blocks away. Union square, just 2 blocks away, offers a vast selection of hotels, retail shops, and superb restaurants. The Humboldt Bank Building offers you the prosperity of both San Francisco’s oldest…and newest business communities~ in a magnificent setting which reflects the City’s finest style.

Building Ownership

Seligman Western Enterprises

Building Representatives

Matt Bodzy

Matt Bodzy
Seligman Western Enterprises
mbodzy@seligmangroup.com
415.658.2889

Building Class

B

Stories

18

Year Built / Renovated

1907

Total Rentable Building Area

93,927 SF

Total Available Office Space

% Leased

100%

Operating Expenses & Taxes

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Property Management

  • On-Site Management
  • 24/7 Availability
  • Red Cross Certified

Parking & Transportation

  • Parking Type
  • Client / Customer Hourly Parking
  • Self-Parking
  • Valet
  • Plug-in Stations for Electrics
  • Bicycle Parking
  • Bus Lines
  • Closest Metro / Subway / Train Station
  • Shuttle Service

Building Technology

  • TV
  • Pre-Installed TelCo for Building
  • Riser Management Company
  • Wiring in Premises
  • Underfloor Duct System

Retail & Special Services

  • Banking
  • Convenience Store
  • Dry Cleaner
  • Food Court
  • Restaurant(s)
  • Concierge
  • Conference Center
  • Day Care
  • Fitness Center
  • Showers / Lockers
  • Storage Facilities

Security

  • Security Type: Limited Manned Security
  • Floor Lock-Off
  • Keycard Access

Energy Ratings

  • LEED Certified
  • Energy Star Rating

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning

  • HVAC
  • Fans Circulate Outside Air
  • Operable Windows

Life Safety Throughout Building

  • Fire Sprinklers
  • Voice Communication
  • Fire-Rated Common Areas
  • Seismic Bracing
  • Fire Stairs
  • Strobe Lighting
  • Centrally-Controlled Earthquake / Disaster Preparedness
  • Asbestos-Free

Misc.

  • Enterprise Zone
  • Bio-Tech / Lab Space / Wet Lab
  • Foreign Trade Zone
  • Balconies
  • Central Mail Room
  • Loading Dock
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Raised Floor(s)
  • Separate Freight Elevator
  • Signage (Main Lobby)
  • Skylights
  • Skyway
  • Underground Tunnel
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