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330 Townsend Street, 220, San Francisco, CA 94107
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330 Townsend Street, 220, San Francisco, CA 94107
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Up to 8 fully plug+play desks/chairs are available immediately for a small company looking to get up and running immediately, in the heart of SOMA. Your opportunity to office in a brick and timber building chok a blok full of startups. Good vibe and nice people. AMENITIES NEARBY - Walgreens in the same block - Safeway nearby - Off the Grid Food Trucks every M-W-F nearby - Bluxome Winery out the back door - A huge number of restaurants within a few blocks - Ballpark three blocks away EASY ACCESS - Across the street from Caltrain+MUNI - Plenty of low-cost parking in the alley behind the building - 20 mins walk from Powell Street BART - 10 minute bike ride to Transbay terminal - Easy access to I-280 - Bike share right out the front door

About 330 Townsend Street in San Francisco

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330 Townsend is an office building located in the highly-desirable SoMa (South of Market) District in San Francisco, a vibrant neighborhood with a mix of uses including office, residential and entertainment that is attractive to technology and other innovative industries. The building is leased to a variety of creative and professional service firms. Across the street from the San Francisco CalTrain station and just one block from the new Central Corridor transit line currently under construction. Located in the SoMa District, proximate to Moscone Center, and attractions such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the Museum of the African Diaspora, the Cartoon Art Museum, the children's Zeum, the Contemporary Jewish Musuem, and many small theatre companies and venues.

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