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Cushman & Wakefield of California, Inc. has been exclusively retained to offer qualified investors the opportunity to purchase a 100% fee simple interest in the Argenta, a just completed 179 unit residential tower located at One Polk Street in San Francisco, California. The Argenta offers investors the rare opportunity to enter one of the world’s best residential markets. With current market vacancy less than 4%, extremely high barriers to entry, limited new construction and high cost of home ownership, the San Francisco rental market is poised for continued rent growth. As all units are vacant, the new owner has the opportunity to immediately lease the property at current market rents.

Constructed in 2008, the 20 story Argenta includes 18 stories of residential units, three retail units and three levels of parking. The Property was developed with high quality finishes throughout and outstanding tenant amenities including a 1,800 square foot workout facility, video security and electronic key entry, direct parking access and a 600 square foot lounge accessing a large plaza deck.

The Property is located in the heart of San Francisco’s Civic Center district with convenient access to all major transportation modes including BART, San Francisco’s Muni, and the Bay Area bus network systems. BART and Muni are only two blocks from the property (with the CBD being only two stations away) and drivers can easily access onramps to each of the major arterial freeways (Interstate 80/Bay Bridge, Interstate 280 and U.S. Highway 101). In addition, it is a short walk from many neighborhood amenities within Hayes Valley and cultural amenities such as Union Square, The Westfield Center, City Hall, Davies Symphony Hall, Bill Graham Auditorium, the Opera House, the San Francisco Library, and the Asian Art Museum.

The official price to come (we hope).
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