With nature, fresh air, and history, the Presidio offers exceptional San Francisco office space.
The Presidio is home to a diverse community of more than 200 organizations that lease space within the park. High-tech start-ups, corporate headquarters, gyms, restaurants, retailers, and so many more businesses call the Presidio home.
Our tenants have a direct impact on maintaining this historic park for future generations, as all Presidio leasing revenue is reinvested into the park.
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We have fully leased our small suites under 800 square feet. To learn when new small spaces become available, sign up for the waitlist.
If you have questions about leasing office space in the Presidio or want to schedule a tour, contact the Presidio Trust Commercial Leasing Office.
Check out the Presidio Tenant Directory for a list of tenants. The Presidio is home to organizations in the fields of technology, finance, real estate, education, the arts, and more. If you’re looking for SF retail space for lease, join the Presidio’s community of visitor-serving organizations, including restaurants, gyms, spas, museums, and retail stores.
The Presidio’s portfolio is a combination of multi-tenant buildings and single stand-alone buildings. We also have a few full-service lease buildings. All spaces are delivered turnkey. However, tenants have the option to build out additional tenant improvements, known as “TIs.”
There are opportunities for developers to refit and reuse beautiful and unique historic buildings that once served the U.S. Army. The park has won numerous awards for adaptive reuse and historic preservation projects and the Presidio Trust adheres to the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties, which provide guidance on maintaining, repairing, and replacing historic materials in development projects.
The Presidio leases to a wide variety of tenants, including: schools and educational institutions, financial firms, startups, real estate investment firms, a variety of health and wellness organizations, restaurants and cafés, education, health and fitness businesses, venture capital firms, technology companies, hedge funds, and more.
No, property at the Presidio cannot be bought. The land is federally owned and managed by the Presidio Trust. However, we have ample commercial and residential leasing opportunities.
No, we lease and list our spaces at market rate and do not offer non-profit discounts.
The Presidio Trust is the landlord. All rental revenue is reinvested into the Presidio national park site.
The Presidio offers ample outdoor and wellness opportunities. Explore the 24-mile trail network and the 15 miles of bikeways. Easily plan client and company events at the local yoga studios, the rock-climbing gym, and the Presidio Golf Course. About a dozen restaurants are located within the Presidio, from casual cafés to high-end dining. The park also hosts food truck vendors on a rotating schedule. We also offer free transportation via the Presidio GO Shuttle.
Yes, the Presidio has ample parking throughout the park. The price is based on the location and day of the week; pricing details are on the parking page. A monthly parking pass can also be purchased. All pay stations accept credit and debit cards, and many accept coins.
The Presidio GO Shuttle is a free transportation service that makes connections to major regional transportation hubs. The Presidio GO Shuttle offers free service to 40 destinations within the Presidio. The Presidio is also served by MUNI and Golden Gate Transit. The MUNI 43 offers direct service to the Presidio Transit Center.
The Presidio Trust welcomes interest from the San Francisco brokerage community. Procuring requirements include, but are not limited to, the following: