100 & 150 Hooper Street

The project is a unique mix of light industrial and office uses. The project received a zoning variance allowing for office use in the site light industrial (PDR) zone. It consists of three type II buildings on two distinct sites. The smaller building, 15O Hooper, is owned and operated separately from 100 Hooper, targeted at below-market rents.

The Forge team joined the project for Design Development, Construction Documents, and Construction Administration. After completing the core and shell work, we delivered a dozen Industrial TI in both properties, with uses ranging from a craft distillery to EV battery development and production.

Key features of the building are post-tension construction, randomized wall panels, multiple roof decks, multiple cores, occupiable sky bridges, and double-height ground level with steel-framed mezzanines.

Project Designed by Phau Long Associaites


Project Type:





San Francisco, CA

Office & Light Industrial Core and Shell





A Land Fill

The Hooper Site was originally a marshy area of Mission Bay, owned by a local brewer. The story is that to entice the use of his landfill over others nearby, depositors would receive a pint of free beer with each truck load.

Evidence of the site’s landfill days was easily found during the project’s foundation work.

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