3075 21st Street Commercial Warehouse Building


Built in 1937, 3075 21st Street retains many of its classic characteristics which can be renovated and brought into the 21st century, meeting the changing demands for creative use space in San Francisco's real estate market. The building has multi-use benefits including a drive-in roll up door (clearing a height of approximately 15 feet on the first floor), multiple skylights, mezzanine office space and second floor private office space. This property is located along a block of 21st Street between South Van Ness and Shotwell, in the heart of the Mission District. This property can be delivered vacant and presents a unique opportunity for an owner, investor, or contractor to renovate or redevelop this San Francisco asset. 


Upper Floor:

  • Softwood Floors
  • 4 Skylights
  • 2 Private Offices
  • 9’ 9” Ceilings (approx. as per renderings)
  • Kitchen (unwarranted)
  • Half Bath


  • 2 Private Offices and Storage
  • Mezzanine Open Office Space
  • Full Bathroom (unwarranted)

Lower Floor:

  • 2 Private Offices
  • Storage Space
  • Kitchen (unwarranted)

Additional Features:

  • 400 Amp, 3-phase
  • 240-volt power
  • Open Span Garage Space with 15’ Ceilings (approx. as per renderings)


Floor Area: 4,023 Sq. Ft. (as per renderings)

Building Size: 3,225 Sq. Ft. (as per tax records)

Lot Size: 2,375 Sq. Ft. (as per tax records)

Type: Warehouse

Occupant: Month to Month tenancy

Lot/Blk: 3614-032

Zoning: RH3 (3 unit residential)


The Mission District is an exuberant, evolving neighborhood with Latino roots and a hipster vibe. Old-school taquerias and eclectic live-music clubs mix with chef-driven eateries and craft cocktail lounges. There are also tattoo parlors, gourmet ice cream shops and Dolores Park, a popular weekend hangout with skyline views. Vibrant murals line streets such as Clarion Alley. While Mission Street holds on to its Latino roots, Valencia Street, two blocks west, has become the domain of nouveau riche techies. This rapidly growing population has largely displaced the neighborhood’s early adopters—the artists and musicians who were ensconced there for decades before gentrification and new development forced them to find cheaper digs. While the area retains many galleries, performance stages and, of course, the celebrated murals, the bulk of Valencia’s storefronts cater to well-paid boho types, who browse indie bookstores and local-designer shops, fill seats at the art-house Roxie Theatre, drink craft beer and fair-trade espresso at hipster bars and cafés, and dine on farm-fresh regional cuisine at some of the city’s hottest and most innovative restaurants. With some of the best weather in the city and new businesses moving in on a weekly basis, this location is one of the most sought after in the city.

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Suzanne Gregg



Suzanne Gregg

Suzanne Gregg

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