As we told you last week, Uber is quietly shopping around a big chuck of its Mission Bay campus, but just south of there the company has been working to sublease more than 100,000 square feet of truly unique office space for several months.
The company’s lease for roughly 131,000 square feet at 575 20th St., a late 19th century brick-and-steel structure that once housed a shipbuilding business, began in 2018. JLL is marketing the Pier 70 space through April 30, 2028; no information on asking rents was available.
The Pier 70 facility, in the Dogpatch neighborhood, was used to house the operations of Advanced Technologies Group, Uber Elevate and JUMP — units which are developing self-driving cars and air taxis, electric bicycles and scooters, among other things. An Uber spokesperson said Tuesday that the company is exploring “different uses, such as short-term lease, for parts of our existing offices in different cities.”
The Dogpatch space features production areas, lab and office space, high ceilings and craneways. It is being marketed as potentially divisible into roughly 80,000 square feet of production space and 70,000 square feet of office space.
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