SFCTA Congestion Pricing Study

April 30, 2021

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) is exploring congestion pricing in San Francisco. This would impose a fee to all motorists crossing into the downtown San Francisco area from Van Ness, Laguna, Fulton, Division, 14th St., Mariposa St., and from the Bay Bridge. The proposed fee would be between $7-$14 for each trip and is intended to reduce traffic congestion by 15% of pre-pandemic levels in select areas of San Francisco. This directly affects anyone who lives, works, or runs a neighborhood business in these boundaries. Service providers (including ride-hail), vendors, or commercial vehicles will also be charged.

More study and public comment is needed!  This project has the potential to fundamentally impact businesses, commuters, and residents traveling to SF’s Downtown Area and residents who need to traverse The City.

Please click here to review SFMTA’s quick factsheet about the Congestion Pricing Study. You can also visit the SFCTA Downtown Congestions Pricing Page here for more information.

WELL Health Safety Rating

April 30, 2021

100 First is proud to announce that we have achieved the WELL Health-Safety rating by the International WELL building institute!

The WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations and Management is an evidence-based, third-party verified rating for all new and existing building and facility types focusing on operational policies, maintenance protocols, stakeholder engagement, and emergency plans.

The WELL Health-Safety Rating provides an efficient and effective opportunity to guide, validate, and recognize the efforts of owners and operators for efforts on critical health and safety issues.

For more information, please visit the WELL Certified website here. You can also find our building in the WELL Health Safety directory located here.

Bees At Work

March 19, 2021

100 First is excited to be the home to a honey bee hive! Located on the Sun Terrace in a locked location, the bees are buzzing and producing honey. We are happy to provide a home for local honey to be produced with plant and flower nectar collected in the neighboring areas.

Urban beekeeping creates the opportunity to educate citizens about the environment, repurpose unused spaces within our cities, and produce hyper-local honey.

We invite you to visit our hive’s very own webpage here to follow along for live updates on our bees traveling through the neighborhood.

100 First Wins 2021 TOBY Award!

February 18, 2021

The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Awards is the most prestigious and comprehensive program of its kind in the commercial real estate industry, recognizing quality in commercial buildings and rewarding excellence in building management. 

We are incredibly proud to announce that 100 First Street secured this prestigious recognition at the BOMA Bay Area TOBY Awards Gala, among the 250,000 – 499,000 square feet category.  Our building will be moving on to the next round of the competition where we will compete against other buildings throughout the Pacific Southwest Region (CA, AZ, NV, HI). The winners from the regional competition will then have the honor of competing at the international level!

We especially want to thank all of our wonderful tenants, vendors, and building teams at 100 First for being part of this journey.  We look forward to continuing through this competition! 

 

EPA’s 2020 Energy Star Award

January 25, 2021

By cutting energy waste and doing our part to protect the environment, 100 First has earned the U.S EPA’s Energy Star! Our building uses 35% less energy and generates 35% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than similar buildings across the nation. Thank you to our energy management team and all our visitors and occupants for helping us save energy! Learn more at energystar.gov/buildings