A class A 1950s office building in San Francisco's downtown south elite design district is home to the Showplace Square business center. The low-rise building is on a prominent corner plot on Rhode Island and features wide windows allowing natural light to flood in. There's also abundant parking in the garage. Showplace Square is popular with home décor companies, furniture makers, designers and art showrooms. It's part of the eastern neighborhood, which includes production, distribution and repair (PDR) businesses, knowledge sector firms and small businesses, which are important for supporting San Francisco's economic growth. The business center is a few blocks from Freeways 101 and 280 and is easy to get to for commuters, with a shuttle during business hours to and from the BART station and CalTrain. San Francisco Airport is about 15 minutes away by the US-101 route.