199 Fremont is a Class A high-rise
office building located South-of-Market in downtown
San Francisco. The building features a granite and
glass curtain wall with metal accents. The first
three stories have a hand-set granite stone base
and the lobby features structural glass entries
and storefronts. The site also includes an outdoor
poetry/sculpture garden and a child care center,
as well as the historic Marine Electric Building,
which contains Town Hall restaurant and a child care
Mr. Doug Baker, Property Manager
GLL Development and Management, Inc.
Phone #: (415) 836-0199
Fax #: (415) 836-0198
also includes a plaza poetry/sculpture garden, cafe/restaurant,
child care center, entries from Fremont, Beale and Howard
Streets, a 24' lobby ceiling, multi-level, below-ground
parking and convenient access to mass transit.
satellite capability, a location for line-of-site
microwave communications to Silicon Valley, fiber
optic cabling, ISDN and T1 service to the building
comfort control system allowing air delivery on
a floor-by-floor basis
- An energy
management and lighting system that can be customized
to specific tenant needs.
is designed to accommodate tenants' current and future
electrical and mechanical systems loads and to meet
the latest seismic design standards. It accommodates
high-load electrical capacity, vertical telecommunication
risers dedicated for tenant systems, individual tenant
security systems and variable climate and lighting
conditions for private and open office layout flexiblility.
The design also provides a high ratio of useable-to-rentable
into the 21st Century is the design mandate of 199
Fremont. The floor plates are virtually column-free.
Dramatic floor-to-ceiling exterior windows providing
abundant natural light to the interior, can be further
enhanced in the corners (due to a unique floor plan,
there are up to eight “corner” offices
available on each floor) by utilizing up to 10'6"
ceiling heights. Varied core to exterior window depths
throughout 199 Fremont maximize the efficiency of
interior floor plans, regardless of whether open space
or private offices are emphasized in the design.
blocks south of Market Street in the Fremont Corridor
of San Francisco's Financial District
walking access to BART, Muni, all regional buses
freeway access, to avoid downtown congestion
- Town Hall Restaurant located on-site, award winning
San Francisco restaurant
to restaurants such as Waterbar, Epic, Slanted
Door, Boulevard, One Market, and Aqua. Other
neighborhood amenities include YMCA, ClubOne,
Embarcadero Waterfront Park, South Beach Marina,
and AT&T Park.
light rail transit connects the CalTrain commuter
train station and the San Francisco Giants AT&T
Park to the south and Fisherman's Wharf to the
residential opportunities offering exciting employee
living accommodations over a broad range of prices
in the vicinity of Fremont Street