Golden Gate University selling its SF campus

Golden Gate University is shedding its college campus buildings in San Francisco’s Financial District.

The university has listed its main campus at 536 Mission Street and a nearby building at 40 Jesse Street, the San Francisco Business Times reported. The price for the properties totaling 260,000 square feet was not undisclosed.

Campus leaders say the nonprofit university will stay in the city, but cited a shift to hybrid and remote learning as the reason for the campus realignment.

“In thinking strategically about the future, we are considering all possible options for GGU’s real estate holdings, including marketing our buildings on Mission and Jesse Streets,” David Fike, president of Golden Gate, told the Business Times in an email.

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