San Francisco Office Space Listings
The Financial District is the central business district of San Francisco and home to much of the city’s office space. Six Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in the city (McKesson, Wells Fargo, Gap, Charles Schwab, Pacific Gas & Electric Company and Salesforce.com), and all of them are within the Financial District. In 2020, the average asking rent for San Francisco office space was $88.20 per square foot with a vacancy rate of 8%.
San Francisco is home to one of the best educated talent pools in the country: As of 2019 U.S. Census Bureau data, roughly 51% of residents age 25 or older had earned at least a bachelor’s degree. The city is also home to several highly regarded institutions of advanced learning, including the University of California – San Francisco (UCSF), which is the only campus in the University’s system to be entirely dedicated to graduate education in health and biomedical sciences.
Notable higher learning institutions in and around San Francisco also include San Francisco State University, the UC Hastings College of the Law and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania — a prestigious business school that’s aptly located in the Financial District. Naturally, the wide variety of graduate programs available here contribute greatly to San Francisco’s rich talent pool, and the city has remained an attractive hub for startups and ambitious entrepreneurs, as well as major companies. In fact, San Francisco office space has long been home to the headquarters of brands such as Wells Fargo, Levi Strauss & Co., Twitter, Airbnb, Salesforce and Uber.
Other companies in the city include tech giants Facebook, Alphabet (the parent company of Google) and Oracle. Prominent banks include Charles Schwab and Wells Fargo, and there are also numerous retail companies with corporate headquarters in the city, such as Stitch Fix, Gap Inc., Mod Cloth and Old Navy. San Francisco office space continues to be built to meet demand, including 469,769 square feet built in 2020 and 5,911,617 square feet that was under construction in 2021. The total office sales volume in 2021 was $2,170,409,500.
Residents of the city have access to a robust public transportation system that includes two subway networks, two commuter rail agencies, ferry service and bus service. There are also eight bay bridges, including the most well-known, the Golden Gate Bridge. Roads; highways; tunnels; seaports; paths for pedestrians and bikers; and three international airports also serve the area.
San Francisco Coworking Space Listings
The business environment in San Francisco has traditionally been conducive to entrepreneurship and small businesses — a fact that is reflected in the city’s record of business creation. For example, in 2018, roughly 39,000 firms in existence for less than five years were registered in San Francisco, which accounted for about 38% of the 102,000 total businesses in the metro area. In turn, the notable rate of thriving entrepreneurship contributes significantly to the demand for coworking spaces in San Francisco.
Coworking is a collaborative and flexible work style that involves a shared workplace or shared office space. The difference between coworking and traditional offices is that people who work in a coworking space don’t usually work for the same company or organization.
If you’re searching for a unique work environment, the local scene has a lot to offer and is well-positioned to accommodate the fast-changing needs of modern innovators. In particular, the Financial District - Barbary Coast is one of the most popular neighborhoods for entrepreneurs in search of premium San Francisco coworking space, with 44 booking availabilities currently listed on our platform. Popular local destinations also include: Yerba Buena — where you can choose between 20 space options available — and South of Market (also known as SoMA), which currently offers 15 coworking locations for booking.
Browse through our listings of coworking and shared spaces in San Francisco and find the best fit for your business needs. You can even apply various filters to our list of available shared workspaces to find your best match. Select a price range, preferred neighborhood and amenities of your choice, such as printing and scanning services; complimentary Wi-Fi, snacks and beverages; and pet-friendly policies. Whether you’re looking to rent office space for a day, trying to find an hourly office rental or searching for a longer-term option, we’ve got you covered.