Why Choose San Francisco

Retail Space for lease in San Francisco

San Francisco is home to a diverse range of retail options, from high-end boutiques to trendy pop-up shops, and everything in between. The city's robust public transportation infrastructure and walkable neighborhoods provide excellent accessibility and foot traffic for retailers. 

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Latest Retail Space Listings in San Francisco

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Golden Gate Avenue

536-544 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States

Total Available Space: 7,721 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

San Francisco - Retail
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Chorus

30 Otis Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
United States

Total Available Space: 418 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

San Francisco - Retail
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Retail

123 Mission Street

123 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
United States

Total Available Space: 2,835 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

San Francisco - Retail
Multiple Spaces

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OneEleven

111 7th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
United States

Total Available Space: 2,569 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

San Francisco - Retail
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Retail

1200 Van Ness Avenue

1200 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94109
United States

Total Available Space: 38,381 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

San Francisco - Retail
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Hotel Whitcomb

1231 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
United States

Total Available Space: 25,522 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

San Francisco - Retail
Multiple Spaces

Retail

Hyatt Centric Fisherman's Wharf

555 North Point Street
San Francisco, CA
United States

Total Available Space: 3,294 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

San Francisco - Retail
Multiple Spaces

Retail

Golden Van Building

540-590 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States

Total Available Space: 10,777 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

Why implement your retail space in San Francisco?

Renting a retail space in San Francisco can be costly and can vary based on factors such as location, size, and condition of the space. Prime locations such as Union Square and the Financial District can command significantly higher rental rates whilst retail spaces in less popular areas or those in need of significant renovations may be more affordable. 


How much does it cost to rent retail space in San Francisco?

The cost of renting a retail space in Atlanta can vary significantly depending on several factors, such as location, size, and type of retail space. For example, retail spaces in prime locations such as Buckhead or Midtown can command higher rental rates compared to spaces in other areas. Additionally, larger spaces and those with premium features such as high visibility or foot traffic tend to have higher rental rates. 

To read: our San Francisco MarketBeat Retail report analyzes quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.


Are retail space rents likely to increase in San Francisco? 

The retail rental market in San Francisco is subject to change. While rent increases can't be predicted with certainty, it's important to keep an eye on market trends when considering a reail space for lease in San Francisco.
 

Popular neighborhoods in San Francisco

San Francisco has several popular neighborhoods for retail leasing, each with its unique character and advantages.  

  • Union Square: Located in the heart of downtown, Union Square is one of the most popular neighborhoods in San Francisco. It is a bustling commercial district with high-end shopping, luxury hotels, and excellent foot traffic, making it an ideal location for businesses looking to attract a diverse and high-spending customer base. 
  • The Mission is another popular neighborhood for retail leasing, known for its trendy boutiques, galleries, and artisanal food shops. The neighborhood is a hub for the arts and cultural scene and is highly walkable, with a mix of residential and commercial areas. 
  • Hayes Valley is a trendy neighborhood with a mix of independent shops, cafes, and restaurants. It is known for its vibrant street life and frequent community events, attracting a young and diverse customer base. 
  • The Marina is another popular neighborhood for retail leasing, located near the waterfront and offering a mix of national and local retailers, restaurants, and cafes. The neighborhood attracts a diverse customer base, including young professionals and families, and is easily accessible via public transportation. 

Other popular neighborhoods for retail leasing in San Francisco include Pacific Heights, Noe Valley, and the Castro, among others. 


Getting to and from San Francisco

There are several transportation options for getting to and from San Francisco: 

  • By Air: San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is a major international airport located about 13 miles south of downtown San Francisco. It offers numerous flights from various destinations around the world, making it a popular choice for air travel. 
  • By Public Transit: The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system is a regional train service that connects San Francisco with surrounding cities and the SFO airport. BART is a convenient and cost-effective option for getting in and out of San Francisco. 
  • By Bus: Several bus companies operate routes to and from San Francisco, including Greyhound, Megabus, and BoltBus. These bus services provide affordable options for travelers on a budget. 
  • By Car: San Francisco is well-connected by highways, including Interstate 80, Interstate 280, and U.S. Route 101. However, be prepared for traffic congestion, limited parking, and high parking fees in the city. 
  • By Ferry: Ferry services operate from various locations around the San Francisco Bay, providing a scenic and unique way to travel to and from San Francisco. Ferry routes connect San Francisco with nearby cities such as Oakland, Alameda, and Sausalito. 
  • By Bike or Foot: San Francisco is known for its walkability and bike-friendly infrastructure, with many dedicated bike lanes and pedestrian-friendly streets. Biking or walking can be a convenient and enjoyable way to travel within the city or to nearby destinations. 
  • By Caltrain: Caltrain is a commuter rail service that connects San Francisco with the South Bay and Peninsula, including cities like San Jose and Palo Alto. It's a convenient option for commuting or traveling to and from San Francisco from the south. 

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