SAN FRANCISCO-The historical class B Rialto Building at 116 New Montgomery St., at the corner of Mission in the South Financial District of San Francisco, recently went through a historical restoration, leading to a jumpstart of leasing activity.

Built from 1898 to 1902 and redone after the earthquake/fire of 1906 the building went through a historical restoration of the lobby interior of the building including the common area and historic staircase starting in late 2008 and finishing up in mid 2009. As a result, over the past 18 months, the building, owned by a partnership between Bomel Cos. and AFIUSA and well as CWR Holdings has signed more than 100,000 square feet of new office leases.

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