The non-historic wings have been removed and Forest City’s redevelopment of Building 1801 (soon to be known as “Presidio Landmark,” previously known as the rather less inviting and marketable Public Health Service Hospital) into 154 studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments continues to make great strides.
Where possible, the historic wood windows and brick and stone facades [have been] refurbished…A three-story addition is being added added at the rear of the building…[and] Seven small townhomes are being added totaling about 16,000 square feet.
A smattering of floor plans for the marble, granite and stainless steel adorned units are online but rates have yet to be set. First occupancy is slated for this summer.
∙ From Graffiti Canvas To Apartment Campus: PHSH Breaking Ground [SocketSite]
∙ The Public Health Service Hospital Through A Reader’s Eyes And Lens [SocketSite]
∙ Public Health Service Hospital Project [presidio.gov]
∙ Presidio Landmark [thepresidiolandmark.com]