387 S 1st St, San Jose, CA, USA

Price: Upon request

Status: Withdrawn on May 2024



Executive Summary

The Ivy Group is pleased to offer FOR LEASE a dynamic mixed-use space in one of Silicon Valley’s best kept destinations, the vibrant SoFA District of Downtown San Jose.

This three-story, 25,377 square feet building provides ground-level retail space beneath second and third floor offices. Each retail availability is situated in a Food Hall… commissary kitchen, perfect for restaurant users looking to plug and play.

A variety of office spaces ranging in sizes are available to best meet business needs. The space features high ceilings, a balcony, corner spaces, an elevator, shower facilities and abundant natural lighting.

Businesses thrive in this close knit community with bountiful foot traffic and exposure to over 13,000 daily drivers. Events at the nearby San Jose McEnery Convention Center, such as Silicon Valley’s Big Tech annual launch, draw local and international visitors to the area, contributing to the flourishing consumer base and growing community.

Ideally located in the SoFA District neighborhood, 387 S 1st Street sits at the epicenter of a bustling art district home to numerous amenities and local hot spots. SoFA District is a prominent entertainment neighborhood, scattered with bars, restaurants, and shopping, accentuated by a diverse art scene with the historical California Theatre, The Tech Interactive Museum, Children’s Discovery Museum, art galleries and studios throughout the community.

This desirable community is just west of San Jose State University and a short drive from Santa Clara University and Stanford University, where visitors, students, and residents alike immerse themselves in a forward thinking live work play environment. Locals enjoy a breath of fresh air amid the concrete jungle of San Jose, with several lush, relaxing parks in the neighborhood perfect for daily strolls or seasonal events.


  • Building Size

    ± 10,172 SF

  • Lot Size

    ± 9,583 SF (± 0.22 acres)

  • Year Built

    1926 / Remodeled 2012

  • Accessibility

    Convenient and easy access to major freeways

  • Bus Stop

    Walking distance to major bus stops and public transportation nodes