Minutes from everything
No one loves a commute, but with travel times of less than 30 minutes from SFO and under an hour to Silicon Valley, The Exchange offers unprecedented access with some of the city’s fastest connections. The first exit from the 280 N in San Francisco’s commercial zone, the site is within walking distance to Muni, CalTrain, the 16th Street Bike Corridor, the future Central Subway line and a 15-minute BART ride to the Embarcadero.
Connect via BART, Muni or one of the many Caltrain stations near The Exchange.
Within Mission Bay: Just steps away from The Exchange, public transportation takes you to all points around the city. The Caltrain stop at 22nd street is just a 15-minute walk from the south and two T Third stops are within four blocks to the east. BART connects to Mission Bay via the 16th Street Corridor just 15 minutes by bike. And neighboring Potrero Hill and Dogpatch are within a 12-minute walk or 5-minute bike ride.
Within San Francisco: Connected via BART, Caltrain and Muni, the commute to The Exchange from most neighborhoods across the city can be done in less than an hour for places like the Inner Richmond and Sunset District. From the Marina and North Beach, the trip takes less than 45 minutes by bus. And for the Hayes and Noe Valleys, it takes less than 30. Biking times are even quicker with a typical commute taking anywhere from 10-30 minutes.
Within the Bay Area: Ideally located for easy access to points around the Bay, The Exchange is less than an hour away from SFO, Oakland and Berkeley by BART. Visit Silicon Valley giants Google, Facebook or Apple by Caltrain in just 55 minutes or a little longer by car. Get to Mountain View in an hour via Caltrain, or to San Jose by car in a little over an hour.