Completed in 1914 by the famed architect Willis Polk, the Hobart Building is considered one of San Francisco’s most well-known historical landmarks. From the sculpted terra cotta exterior to the handcrafted brass and Italian marble interior, the Hobart Building is a stunning example of classical revival architecture.
Ongoing extensive renovation ensures a contemporary look and modern functionality, while still honoring the design attributes of an earlier time. The Building features operable windows, so rarely seen in downtown office buildings.
The Hobart Building caters to professionals and individual businesses seeking a smaller-sized, attractive office environment. On-site staff develops relationships to keep management informed of tenants’ needs, while providing a professional office setting that allows each tenant to focus on its business.
Suites range in size from 200 to 3,000 square feet on 20 floors, plus a penthouse. Full-floor Tower Level suites of 3,000 square feet, with unobstructed views from all sides, are available from time-to-time. Leases typically run from 1 to 3 years, fully-serviced, at competitive rates.
Centrally located between San Francisco’s Financial District and the burgeoning South of Market high-tech corridor, major transportation routes, including BART and Muni, are just steps from the Hobart Building. Short and long-term parking is available nearby.
The Hobart Building maintains a lobby attendant on duty seven days per week. A Conference Room facility is available to all tenants, and a bike storage room is located on the ground floor, free of charge.