My dear friend Bruce Tomb -- accomplished architect and creator of Maria del Camino, a "flying" art-car made from a 59 El Camino and a tank -- is renting out office space in his building in the middle of San Francisco's Mission District.
I told him I'd run his listing here, because that way he'd have a better chance of attracting some awesome, happy mutant-type tenants.
Here's the description:
OFFICE SUITE- Valencia Street near 24th Street
Prime Mission District on Valencia Street.
1-½ blocks from 24th Street BART.
½ block from Zip Car and City Car Share.
Many of the best cafés and restaurants in San Francisco are within a couple blocks!
Vintage modern details from 1950 have been retained in the building.
Office Suite has a varnished oak wainscot.
Lux vestibule with marble wainscot and terrazzo floor.
Great natural light with lots of windows.
New carpet and paint.
21ft. of built-in counter/desktop.
3 rooms with closet space and built-in shelving.
Secure front entry gate & bike parking for 4.
Office furniture available at no additional cost.
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