McCarthy Building Cos. Leases 15K SF at BPG’s One Sansome
Barker Pacific Group (BPG) recently secured two leases totaling more than 21,000 square feet at One Sansome, its 42-story office tower in San Francisco’s Financial District. They include the following:
McCarthy Building Companies, one of California’s largest general contractors, leased 15,099 square feet on the 19th floor. The JLL team of Scott Wetzel, Jonathan Allen and Griggs Ziesing represented McCarthy.
Ellis Partners, one of Northern California’s leading commercial real estate investors and developers, signed a 10-year lease for 6,559 square feet to relocate from 111 Sutter St. Eli Ceryak of Bridgeview CRE represented the tenant.
Representing BPG in both leases was Newmark Group, which leased 30,396 square feet at One Sansome last year. The Newmark team of Mike Brown, Roman Adler and Aaron Gillespie have helped make One Sansome a destination for real estate and AEC companies, according to BPG.
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