|SQ. FT. Available||7,324|
|Space 1||1775 Hancock - Suite 185 - 1,207 SF|
|Space 2||1775 Hancock - Suite 190 - 2,321 SF|
|Space 3||2150 Washington - Suite 209-A - 895 RSF|
|Space 4||2150 Washington - Suite 209-N - 934 RSF|
|Space 5||2150 Washington - Suite 307 - 759 RSF|
|Space 6||2150 Washington - Suite 308 - 1,208 RSF|
Mission Brewery Plaza is a historic brewery building in the Middletown neighborhood of San Diego. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 6, 1989. Built from 1912 to 1913, the brewery was the first in the U.S. to be designed in the Mission Revival style. The brewery was operated by the San Diego Consolidated Brewing Company, a group led by August F. Lang. Although the brewery was a short-lived venture, it was the first Mission Revival style brewery to have been built in America and is now the oldest surviving brewery structure in San Diego. In 1987 the property was restored and converted into offices. Mission Brewery Plaza continues to serve office space 0ffering an iconic and creative atmosphere. Convenient Location Efficient: Low Core factor 14% (2150) and 11% (1770) Flexible: 77,368 SF Project with suites from 465 SF to 14,393 SF to accommodate your needs Easy: 208 Covered and Gated On-Site Parking Spaces Parking Validation for guests, Abundant Public Parking. Unique: The only Mission Revival Style building in San Diego offering an eclectic mix of Creative Office spaces. Connected: Cox Cable, Fiber, and T1 Service Available Well Served: 5 day per week Janitorial service provided Fun: On-site brewery and tasting room, walking distance to legendary local eateries, including Lucha Libre Taco Shop, Rubicon Deli, El Indio, and Shakespeare Pub and Gril and more!