Consumer Credit Counseling Service of San Francisco
When Consumer Credit Counseling Service of San Francisco (CCCS) originally contacted us they were not in the best place, literally. They were in an inefficiently planned Class B space with myriad serious issues with property management, systems and security. They had initially relocated to their space abruptly during the Dot-com, with few options or leverage and were paying upwards of $60/sf per year. In spite of the shortcomings of their building, their business was growing.
CCCS were unsure whether and how to renew and expand or relocate nor were they sure how to approach either option. In an ideal world they would relocate to a Class A building with modern HVAC; better services and building management; and new improvements. However, Class A options appeared out of financial reach, especially considering the costs for new tenant improvements, architectural fees and moving expenses. CCCS feared that they might be compelled to renew.