Levi’s Plaza comprises approximately 930,000 square feet of office space along San Francisco’s Embarcadero, in the city’s northern waterfront market. One of the property’s unique amenities is the open space designed by renowned landscape architect Lawrence Halprin, whose notable work includes Jamestown-owned Ghirardelli Square and San Francisco’s UN Plaza. This open space fosters a sense of community and connectivity between the Financial District and the Embarcadero waterfront. With nine buildings across 9.4 acres, Levi’s Plaza is the only large-scale office complex of its kind in San Francisco’s Central Business District and offers a dynamic campus environment in what is a heavily vertical market. The project was originally built in 1981 as the corporate headquarters for iconic clothing brand Levi Strauss & Company, and has evolved into a community with a diverse mix of tenants in the technology, advertising, media, and information sectors, , and is home to more than 3,000 employees. There are several retail tenants including Fog City, RJ’s Market, Starbucks, Parlour 1255, and a Levi’s retail store.