2300 Harrison

Bringing An Abandoned Warehouse Back to Life

The 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake left 2300 Harrison with a red tag indicating it was too damaged to be occupied. Attracted to its high ceilings and stellar city views, we purchased this vacant building in the Northeast Mission and brought it back to life with a complete renovation. Improvements included a full seismic upgrade, new façade and windows, new electrical systems, new elevators, a new 73-car parking lot on the site of a former metal shed, and a rooftop garden.

2300 Harrison Street
San Francisco, CA

65,494 SF


2300 Harrison is constructed with a steel-reinforced concrete frame and concrete masonry unit facade. San Francisco’s Pfau Long Architecture designed the building’s renovation.