CONNECTED

From street to spire, 181 Fremont fosters essential connections. Annexed to the Transbay Transit Center, the City’s major new transportation hub, the building has immediate access to 11 different transit systems reaching all points in the Bay Area. Its seventh-floor skybridge to the Transbay Center’s elevated park creates a seamless path from the offices to a unique urban oasis. As a mixed-use building, 181 Fremont brings together the area’s residents with its office workers, linking all with vibrant city streets and connecting the city 24/7.

Standing at the center of San Francisco’s new downtown, the tower merges San Francisco’s Financial District with the South of Market neighborhood. Beyond its local impact, 181 Fremont rises as a clear demonstration of the City’s growing global role.

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Project Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli. Renderings courtesy of the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA).

DIRECTLY CONNECTED VIA 7TH FLOOR SKYBRIDGE

20M

PASSENGERS A YEAR.

11 TRANSIT SYSTEMS CENTRALIZED IN A WORLD-CLASS FACILITY, CONNECTING TO ALL POINTS IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA.

OVER 75,000 SF OF RETAIL, DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT WITH 5.4 ACRES OF OPEN SPACE ON THE ELEVATED PARK.

158 BIKE BARNS WITH DIRECT OFFICE ACCESS

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