In iconic San Francisco, millions of locals and tourists converge every day.

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In iconic San Francisco,

millions of locals

and tourists converge

every day.

They shop, dine, attend cultural

events and sample everything

this world-class city has to offer.

Millions of people. Millions of

tastes.

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Market Street Place is the new heart of the Mid-Market retail corridor. Offering 250,000 square feet of retail space and a striking glass-front exterior, Market Street Place is a gleaming symbol of the new retail market. This is where San Francisco’s retail,

business, arts and culture are destined to thrive. This is the center of the Bay Area’s retail future.

THIS IS THE PLACE.

One of the nation’s strongest retail

districts lies in the Market Street and

Union Square area, which is home to

flagship stores for many domestic and

international retailers. It’s the hub of

public transportation. And the new

home of Market Street Place.

250,000

Square feet of retail space and

a striking glass-front exterior.

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6 LEVELS

of retail space

LARGE

FLOOR

PLATES

of up to 40,000 square feet available

UP TO 270 FT

of frontage, offering high visibility

167

underground parking spots available on-site

In addition to:

Convenient

transportation hubs Multiple loading docks Freight elevators

EVERYTHING

IS EASY HERE.

YOUR

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Williams Sonoma Brooks Brothers Parc 55 Wyndham Hotel The Powell Hotel San Francisco Marriott Marquis Four Seasons Hotel Hotel Fusion Hotel Nikko

Powell St. Cable Car Turnaround

Hilton San Francisco Union Square Handlery Union Square Hotel Hotel Union Square Hotel Metropolis Market Str eet Place FIF TH S T. FO UR TH S T. Westfield San Francisco Centr e POST ST. GEARY ST. O'FARRELL ST. ELLIS ST. TURK ST. TA YLOR ST . MASON ST . POWELL ST . STOCKTON ST . GRANT A VE. KEARNY ST . MARK ET ST REET SIX TH S T. TH IR D S T. AN NA S T. SE CO ND S T. NEW M O NTG O M ER Y S T. MISS ION ST . HOWA RD ST . FOLS OM ST . CYRIL MAGNIN ST . MONTGOMER Y ST ATION BAR

T & MUNI METRO

STEVENSON ST . JESSIE ST . JESSIE ST . JESSIE E MINNA ST . ALDRICH AL.

UNION

SQUARE

MISS ION ST . EDDY ST. Hotel Palom ar Hotel Zetta The P ickwic k The W estin San Francisco Market Str eet M oss er Ho tel

in all of San Francisco is the Powell Street

cable car, just a short walk from Market

Street Place.

16.9 M

annaul visitors to San Francisco

15K+

quality hotel rooms within five blocks of Market Street Place

During an average day in

San Francisco, 134,231

visitors spend $25.7 M.

One of the top tourist attractions

TOURIST

P L A C E

it’s Where to Be Seen

You know where the tourists are going.

Give them a new place to visit.

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RESIDENTIAL

G R O W T H

Convenient

transportation hubs.

Cuisine for every palate.

A very bright future.

There’s a reason 50,000

locals live here.

4K+

residential units in the immediate trade area

50K+

high-income residents within a five-minute walk of Market Street Place

4.5K+

new, high-value residential units under development within a 10-block radius

The Mint Lofts

77-unit luxury residential

complex directly behind

Market Street Place

SOMA Grand

22-story, 246-unit luxury

condo project within a

5-minute walk

1188 Mission at

Trinity Place

1,900-unit residential

development at Market

and 8th

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RETAIL

Why should you spend here? Because shoppers do.

And they love options.

men HOTEL ZETT A Parc 55 Wyndham Hotel Hotel Nikko Hotel Fusion San Francisco Clift Hotel Westin St. Francis Hotel The Warfield Theatre

San FranciscoU.S. Mint Museum

Intercontinental HotelSan Francisco

Moscone W est

Convention Center

Westfield Metreon Mall Westfield

San Francisco Centr e

W Hotel St. RegisHotel

Yerba BuenaGardens

Moscone Center North Hall Entrance

Yerba BuenaCenter for the Arts Yerba BuenaGardens

Moscone Center South Hall Entrance

901 Market Str eet New Development

Fifth & Mission Parking Garage2,500 Spaces The Mosser Hotel City College of San Francisco Downtown Center Ever est College The Bulletin Denny’ s St. Patrick’ s Chur ch Bristol Hotel Hotel Metropolis Ambassador Hotel Dalt Hotel Warfield Hotel Zeum Childr en’ s Cr eativity Museum Flagship FIF TH S T. FO UR TH S T. GEARY ST. O'FARRELL ST. ELLIS ST. TURK ST. TA YLOR ST . MASON ST . POWELL ST .

Powell St. Cable Car Turnaround STOCKTON ST . GRANT A VE. KEARNY ST . MARK ET ST REET MARK ET ST REET TH IR D S T. NEW M O NTG OM ER Y S T. MISS ION ST . HOWA RD ST . FOLS OM ST . CYRIL MAGNIN ST . POWELL ST ATION BAR

T & MUNI METRO

STEVENSON ST . JESSIE ST . JESSIE ST . JESSIE E MINNA ST . ALDRICH AL. UNION SQUARE MISS ION ST . EDDY ST. A NT H ROP OL O GI E HALLIDIE PLAZA HALLIDIE PLAZA 1 Powell St. Hotel Palomar SIX TH S T.

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ENTERTAINMENT

Some cities don’t sleep.

Lucky for you, neither

does this retail district.

The Metreon Cineplex boasts some of the highest ticket sales in the country

Just blocks from the Orpheum, Warfield and Golden Gate Theaters

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is a few blocks away

Mint Plaza to become a new cultural center behind Market Street Place

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Leading tech and investment companies call

the Mid Market district home.

weekday pedestrian traffic. On Saturdays

the number jumps to 63,000.

265K+

daytime population within a one-mile radius

450K

+

daytime population within a three-mile radius

112K

daily passengers via Muni routes + BART

36K

employees within a five-minute walk of Market Street Place

56,000

+

THE

P L A C E

2-minute

walk 5-minute walk

The new home for Twitter, Dolby, Yelp,

Yammer and Benchmark Capital.

The Federal Building, just two blocks away,

is occupied by more than 2,200 employees.

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A TOUR OF MARKET STREET

2015 ESTIMATES

1 MILE 3 MILES 5 MILES

POPULATION

Current Estimated 123,946 428,027 711,877

2020 Projected Population 133,274 453,108 747,235

Projected Annual Growth 2015 - 2020 1.46% 1.15% 1.02%

Median Age 40.3 38.6 39.3

HOUSEHOLD

Current Estimated 69,118 218,668 318,438

2020 Projected Households 74,749 232,305 336,308

Projected Annual Growth 2015 - 2020 1.58% 1.22% 1.10%

Persons per Household 1.66 1.88 2.16

POPULATION BY RACE

White 44% 59% 51%

Black or African-American 7% 5% 6%

Asian 38% 24% 31%

Other Races 6% 6% 7%

Non-Hispanic or Latino Population 87% 85% 84%

Hispanic or Latino Population 13% 15% 16%

2015 ESTIMATES

1 MILE 3 MILES 5 MILES

INCOME

Average Household Income $74,089 $108,280 $108,000

Median Household Income $39,859 $71,688 $88,016

Per Capita Income $42,533 $56,163 $49,093

EDUCATION (AGE 25+)

Elementary 11.3% 6.7% 7.7%

Some High School 6.4% 4% 4.8%

High School Graduate 12.5% 9% 11%

Some College 17.1% 13.4% 14.6%

Associates Degree Only 5.3% 4.3% 5.2%

Bachelor’s Degree Only 29.4% 35.7% 32.5%

Graduate Degree 16.2% 25.6% 22.8%

BUSINESS

Number of Businesses 19,219 37,796 46,483

Workplace Employees (FTE) 294,711 497,408 583,850

Employees per Business 15.3 13.2 12.6

Employee/Residential Population Ratio 2.38:1 1.16:1 0.82:1 Source: Esri 2015 WilliamsSonoma BrooksBrothers SAN FRANCISCO FEDERAL BUILDING ORPHEUM THEATRE 50 U.N. PLAZA Seismic upgrade 600 jobs relocating to Central Market HOTEL WHITCOMB HOTEL METROPOLIS PARC 55 WYNDHAM HOTEL HOTEL NIKKO HIL TON SAN FRANCISCO HOTEL FUSION HOTEL ZETTA HOTEL PALOMAR MOSSER HOTEL SAN FRANCISCO U.S. MINT MUSEUM THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE THE PICKWICK HOTEL UNION SQUARE FOUR SEASONS HOTEL MARRIOTT Powell St. Cable Car Turnaround men Retail Space Residential Space Office Space Hotel Points of Interest Re- or New Development

LEGEND ST. REGIS HOTEL THE PALACE HOTEL CROCKER GALLERIA 100 VAN NESS

Redevelopment of office tower into 418-unit apartment building

NEMA APARTMENTS

700+ housing units 19,000 SF of retail

MARKET SQUARE

Purchased by Dolby Laboratories Worldwide HQ, 700 jobs relocating to Central Market

1355 MARKET STREET

$80M Upgrade

Tenants include Twitter, One Kings Lane, Callsocket, Yammer, Uber and The Market Square Food Hall.

RENOIR HOTEL

Upgrade to four-star hotel 130 rooms

Opening 2016

1 TAYLOR ST. @ MARKET GOLDEN GATE THEATRE

Repurposed as WeWork, tech company incubator 60,000 SF opened 6/13

1055 MARKET STREET

Purchased December 2013 by G&M Hospitality Future 100-room hotel

950-974 MARKET STREET

Purchased Spring 2013 250-room hotel; 316 residences

A N T H R O P O L O G I E

942 MISSION HAMPTON INN

174-room mid-price hotel with green roof

995 MARKET STREET

Renovation 85,000 SF of office space Opening late 2014

989 MARKET STREET

Technology tenants include: Zendesk - 35,000 SF Zoosk - 52,000 SF

THE STRAND

Redeveloped by A.C.T 300-seat live theater

OLD GRANT BUILDING

Currently for sale Approved for renovation

1190 MISSION TRINITY PLACE

Redevelopment 1,900 new housing units 60,000 SF of new retail

AVA 55 NINTH STREET

260 new housing units 5,000 SF of retail

1415 MISSION

14-story building with 117 residential units.

1321 MISSION THE PANORAMIC

11-floor micro-unit building 160 units; 3,359 SF of retail SQUARE Newly renovated 150,000 SF of office space 1400 MISSION 15-story building 190 multi-family units 4,350 SF of retail Westfield San Francisco Centre 5th St. Mission St. Mission St. 4th St. 3r d St. New Montgomery St. 2nd St. Eddy S t. Gold en G ate A

ve. O’Farrell St.

Gea ry St. Sutter S t. Pos t St. McA lliste r St. Fulton S t. Gro ve St. Hay es St. Fell St. Ellis St. Pow ell S t. Cyr il M agni n St . Stoc kton St. Gra nt A ve. Kear ny S t. Mon tgom ery St. Taylo r St. Jone s St . Hyde St. Lark in S t. Polk St. Van Ness Ave . 6th St. 7th St. 8th St. 9th St. 10th St.

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MERCHANDISING

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Level One

Retail

13,125 SF

Bakery

828 SF

95’-2” 2’-10” 48’-3” 34’-10” 56’-6” 18’-10” 50’-9” 44’ 8’-8” 26’ 16’ 26’ 16’ 38’-4” 31’-3” 42’-7” 12’-9” 12’-9” 4’-3” 10’ 8’-6” 4’-3” 20’-4” 26’ 10’-2” 65’-4” 4’-3” 3’ 26’-6” 8’-8” 23’-2” 4’-3” 29’ 4’-3”

Retail

10,000 SF

12’-9” 11’-7” 32’-8” 34’-10” 12’-9” 59-2” 73’-10” 13’ 36’ 89’ 60’-11” Retail 3,200 SF 17’-5” 7’-3” 8’-6” 26’ 20’-4” 10’

*Specic names of tenants, their status, location and size are (i) not intended to be and should not be or have been relied upon , (ii) subject to change, modication and deletion by Landlord and (iii) not a representation or war-ranty as to the opening or continued operation of any store named or depicted on this site plan. Th e Cypress Equities name, logo and other marks are trademarks and service marks being licensed to independent operating companies by CE Brands, LLC. Any particular obligation, service or product is the sole responsibility of the specic entity that incurs such obligation or supplies such service or product.

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L E A S I N G I N F O R M AT I O N

D E V E L O P M E N T T E A M

A B O U T C Y P R E S S E Q U I T I E S C O M PA N I E S

Cypress Equities* (Cypress) was founded in 1995 and has since established a national reputation synonymous with the premier development, operation and management of destination-class retail and mixed-use properties throughout the U.S. Historically, Cypress

has developed and acquired more than 17 million square feet and currently is developing and managing a portfolio of more than 9.4 million square feet of retail, office, residential and automotive real estate. Today, there are six Cypress Equities offices throughout the

U.S., including Dallas (headquarters), Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Atlanta and Fort Lauderdale. www.cypressequities.com

* The Cypress Equities name, logo and other marks are trademarks and service marks being licensed to independent operating companies by CE Brands, LLC. Any particular obligation, service or product is the sole responsibility of the specific entity that incurs such obligation or supplies such service or product.

The materials and the features described and depicted are based upon current development plans, which are subject to change without notice. No guarantee is made that the features, amenities and facilities depicted by artists’ renderings or otherwise described will be provided, or if provided, will be of the same type, size or nature as described or depicted.

Michael Wheat

Managing Director, Marketing & Leasing Cypress Equities

8343 Douglas Avenue, Suite 200 Dallas, TX 75225

214.561.8875

michael.wheat@cypressequities.com

SRS Real Estate Partners

301 Howard Street, Suite 900 San Francisco, CA 94105 CA Lic # 01892416 415.908.4930 www.srsre.com BASEMENT 1 12' - 8" BASEMENT 2 8" BASEMENT 3 -8' - 4" T.O.S. LEVEL 2 49' - 6" T.O.S. LEVEL 3 65' - 10" T.O.S. LEVEL 4 82' - 2" T.O.S. LEVEL 5 98' - 6" PARAPET 121' - 6" T.O. ROOF SCREEN 133' - 6" T.O.S. LEVEL 1 29' - 6" 9'-0" 12'-0" 16'-4" 16'-4" 16'-4" 12'-0" 16'-10" 20'-0" 23'-0" 15'-4" 30'-0" 30'-0" 10'-0" 20'-0" 30'-0" 30'-0" 20'-0" 10'-0" 30'-0" 30'-0" 15'-4" MP-4 MP-4

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