Thomas Mensendiek is a Bay Area native specializing in Commercial Real Estate in San Francisco. Thomas represents both tenants and landlords along San Francisco’s eastern neighborhoods (SOMA, Mission, Dogpatch, Mission Bay, and Bayshore) in their searches, contracting, and lease negotiations of their perspective counterparts. Thomas understands that listening and understanding a client’s current and future needs are essential in this ever-changing San Francisco economy.
A year ago, my business partner and I decided to relocate and buy a building. We turned to Thomas and could not be happier. Thomas helped us find a building and kept us informed on what to expect throughout the buying process. Professional, friendly, and a hard worker; I would recommend Thomas to anyone looking to relocate their business.Ron G.
I own numerous commercial properties in San Francisco and being based on the East Coast I am fortunate enough to receive sound advice from Thomas. He is my eyes and ears on the ground who I know is looking out for my best interests. I highly recommend Thomas to anyone looking for an honest account of the San Francisco commercial real estate market.Nick B.
Thomas is by far one of the most professional brokers I’ve ever used! He responds to every email or phone call in minutes and analyzed all angles and options to find the space we needed for our expansion. On top of it all, he is a super friendly and nice guy. He is honest and helps out even after the lease is signed! Two months after my lease was signed he still gave me the best service and answered every question I had in a timely manner. I couldn’t have found anyone better when we looked for our SF location. Highly recommended!Itay F.
Hearst Sells SOMA Development 10 NOVEMBER, 2017 Hearst agrees to sell off both its approved site for an office high rise and large residential development to its partner Forest City. Plans have been in the works for nearly a decade and hopefully with this change in...
Potrero Power Plant Massive Development 09 NOVEMBER, 2017 Not to be overlooked by the just approved pier 70 development, the Potrero Powerplant Development would be a much needed addition to Pier 70. Currently the site is zoned to a limiting 65 feet in height but...
Goodwill Site Finally Demolished 08 NOVEMBER, 2017 After years of planning the Goodwill site is finally demolished. The entire area surrounding the Market and Van Ness corridor is changing as the Honda site at 1250 South Van Ness Ave is set to yield over 700 dwelling...