The newly designated East Cut has become the new center of downtown San Francisco
181 Fremont places you in the heart of the city and is your gateway to all of it. Take a Saturday stroll through the Farmer’s Market at the Ferry Building, then catch a game at Oracle Park, or walk to the newly expanded SFMOMA just four blocks from 181 Fremont. With incredible access to transportation, you’ll have total flexibility when it’s time to hit the road and explore other parts of the Bay Area and beyond.
Located on the nearby Embarcadero, the historic Ferry Building is a marketplace and a meeting place
It is home to dozens of local merchants whose artisanal foods and wines make the iconic Ferry Building a popular destination. And for the freshest produce, the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market operates outside three times each week.
San Francisco boasts a restaurant scene on par with the world’s great cities
Restaurants of every kind, from trendy spots to Michelin-starred eateries, thrive in this city that is host to a world of culinary delights. Located within 181 Fremont itself, Andytown Coffee provides an immediate stop for caffeine fixes.
High-end destination shopping abounds
Nearby Union Square calls to those with their hearts set on the chic, the sleek, and the sought after. The streets of downtown San Francisco are dotted with high-end boutiques and galleries to suit every taste, names like Fendi, ISAIA, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Cartier, and Hermès. Just what you were looking for is right around the corner.
Enrich yourself at the museums and galleries of SoMA
The neighborhood around 181 Fremont is thriving with possibilities to indulge in art and culture, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the esteemed Berggruen and Gagosian Galleries, just a couple of the numerous renowned art galleries that reside in SoMA.