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Climate Tech Tenant Signs Full-Floor Lease at 350 California

The Swig Company and SKS Partners have signed a second new tenant for 350 California in San Francisco. 9Zero, a digital and physical hub for climate tech innovation led by entrepreneurs Duncan Logan and Matthew Joehnk, has signed a full-floor lease of 16,784 square feet and will occupy the office tower’s fourth floor.  

The lease represents the second new tenant at 350 California in the past 30 days. Earlier this month, local affordable housing developer and non-profit BRIDGE Housing signed a lease for the entire 16th floor at 350 California.  

“Climate change affects us all, and both SKS and The Swig Company continue to pursue sustainable solutions at 350 California and throughout our portfolios, so we’re delighted to welcome 9Zero to the building as a tenant and look forward to the game-changing climate innovations we know will come from our new tenant,” said Connor Kidd, CEO of The Swig Company.  CBRE’s Sam Stein represented building ownership.


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