Nine spaces leased at 303 Second St.

Real estate management firm Jones Lang LaSalle has successfully leased out more than 160,000 square feet of office space to seven tenants at 303 Second St. in San Francisco, the company reported Tuesday.

The tenants include: Wells Fargo, with 67,886 square feet; The Judicial Council of California, with 44,665 square feet; The California State Compensation Board, with 15,937 square feet; Tech Target, with 12,955 square feet; Bright Horizons Family Solutions, with 11,007 square feet; Hill & Knowlton, with 6,002 square feet and Office Depot, with 4,656 square feet.

The building at 303 Second St, made up of two towers totaling 731,678 square feet, is the largest office complex in SOMA, according to JonesLang LaSalle.

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