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San Francisco Office Rents at All-Time High but Acceleration Slows

San Francisco Office Rents at All-Time High but Acceleration Slows

The average asking rent for office space in San Francisco hit a record high of $68.14 per square foot at the end of 2015, surpassing the dot-com record of $66.00 per square foot set in the fourth quarter of 2000 by 3.2 percent. And at 5.9 percent, the current... Read More »

LinkedIn’s Tumble Could Roil the Market in San Francisco

Back in 2014, when LinkedIn pre-leased the entire 450,000-square-foot building at 222 Second Street that’s slated to open its doors later this year with room for up to 2,500 employees, its stock was trading around $175 per share. As a plugged-in reader wrote at the time: “For tech companies... Read More »

A Peek Inside 222 Second Street’s Public Space And Art

A Peek Inside 222 Second Street’s Public Space And Art

Already fully pre-leased to LinkedIn, Tishman Speyer’s 450,000-square-foot building rising on the southwest corner of Second and Howard will reach 26 stories in height and should be ready for occupancy in 2017. Designed by Thomas Phifer and Partners and Gensler, the glass-shingled façade of 222 Second Street will be... Read More »

LinkedIn Snags An Entire San Francisco Tower To Call Their Own

LinkedIn Snags An Entire San Francisco Tower To Call Their Own

LinkedIn has reportedly agreed to lease the entire 26-story building rising at 222 Second Street, on the southwest corner of Second and Howard, according to Bloomberg. The 450,000-square-foot building which is being developed by Tishman Speyer is slated to be ready for occupancy in late 2016. Read More »

The Things You Can See From Those Virtual Views (222 2nd Street)

The Things You Can See From Those Virtual Views (222 2nd Street)

An eagle eyed reader checks out the virtual views from 555 Mission and notices a plain white box rendered at the corner of 2nd and Howard. And while that corner currently serves as a surface level parking lot, the rendering appears to be a placeholder (and no, not the... Read More »