JAKE Clothing Relocating to San Francisco’s Historic Jackson Square Neighborhood

JAKE Clothing has leased 4,457 square feet of space for a new flagship store in the heart of historic Jackson Square in San Francisco. The clothier is moving from 1687 Market Street in the city’s Mid-Market/Hayes Valley to 619 Sansome Street, a historic and charactered mixed-use building owned by the Boro Family and represented by Seagate Properties, Inc. The Jackson Square neighborhood features a vibrant mix of office, iconic restaurants and an up-and-coming retail scene. Cushman & Wakefield’s Retail Services group’s Mary Kate Banchero and Kazuko Morgan in San Francisco represented the tenant, and Jessica Birmingham and Cameron Baird, also in San Francisco, represented the landlord.

Founded in San Francisco in 2012 by Jake Wall and Nathan Johnson, JAKE is a premium fashion brand that offers garments with classic proportions and modern conveniences. For more visit www.jake.clothing.

In a recent article, Mr. Wall, who was recently a featured designer on the television show Project Runway, noted that he chose the new location because Jackson Square, like JAKE, is, “classic and modern with a defiant twist, thanks to a mix of antiques, art and boutiques.” Additionally he said, “You’ve got so many wonderful places that round out the experience and that was important for us to be in a space that felt as well-rounded as our clients.”

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