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140 New Montgomery Signs Significant New & Renewal Leases 

Pembroke’s iconic San Francisco property welcome three new tenants and renews another, making the property 82% leased.

Pembroke announced 140 New Montgomery, our iconic property which has long symbolized the convergence of innovation and technology, will be bustling with new tenants and a renewed commitment from an existing tenant. New tenant super{set} is a startup studio that combines data and artificial intelligence to deliver transformational solutions. With its people-first performance culture and company-building playbooks, super{set} founds, funds and scales high-potential businesses. Pembroke also welcomes new tenant, Heidrick & Struggles, the premier provider of global leadership advisory and on-demand talent solutions, serving senior-level talent and consulting needs of the world’s top organizations. 140 New Montgomery’s largest existed tenant, Bloomberg, also has renewed its lease.

“These new leases demonstrate the commitment of the highly skilled talent and innovation businesses in the market and their commitment to creating workplaces where teams can connect, collaborate and be inspired by well-designed spaces that elevate creative thinking. San Francisco is resilient, and we’re excited to welcome forward-thinking tenants that are poised to position the City for growth,” said Stacey Spurr, Pembroke’s West Coast Regional Director.

When built in 1925, 140 New Montgomery was one of San Francisco’s tallest skyscrapers. It symbolized technological advancement, innovation and artistry and was the headquarters to Pacific Telephone and Telegraph. The iconic Art Deco tower is 26-stories and was renovated to restore the exterior architecture and modernize the building’s interior with panoramic views of downtown San Francisco.

“Well-located and an architectural treasure, Pembroke’s 140 New Montgomery has outperformed in the San Francisco office market over the past four years. It will take time for the San Francisco office market to rebalance its supply and demand, but creating a vibrant office environment with thoughtful amenities will provide a quality experience for today’s tenants in the market,” said Bill Cumbelich, executive vice president at CBRE.

Building amenities include a private courtyard, onsite restaurant Mourad, locker rooms with showers, bike storage and tune-up station, and a newly launched app for tenants to enhance their on-site experience and curate a vibrant workplace that attracts employees to the office. The property is next to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and walking distance to Transbay Park, Yerba Buena Center, St. Regis Hotel and Palace Hotel. 

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