Presidio Landmark reinvents Former Marine Hospital

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Before the Golden Gate Bridge even finished construction, the Presidio’s U.S. Marine Hospital was erected in San Francisco. It was later renamed the Public Health Service Hospital. In 1981 it was shut down and has been lying in disarray ever since. In 2007 it was announced that the Presidio Trust would transform the run down venue into living space.

Now, three years later, the hospital has been converted into a luxury apartment complex named the Presidio Landmark. The Presidio Trust assigned architecture firm Perkins and Will with the task of not only reinventing the space but also restoring the glory of the old hospital. This included the restoration of the original wooden windows and brick façade. The new upscale 220,000 square foot building houses 154 luxury units from junior one bedroom to two bedroom units that range from $2100-$4300 a month.

Amenities of the building include stunning views from every window of Presidio and San Francisco scenery. Residents can reserve the private dining room for parties, which include a full kitchen and wine cellar. Their in-home gym is equipped with a yoga room, personal trainers and a spa. Enjoy the great outdoors by lounging on the building’s porch or cozying up next to the fire pit.

Not only is the complex gorgeous and spacious but it is also located in a National Park.Surrounding the building are a multitude of hiking and bicycling trails, and even a path down to the beach. The restoration of this building takes the best of a historical landmark and adds a bit of luxury to create a new upscale apartment complex.

Presidio Landmark is located at 1801 Wedemeyer, San Francisco. For rental inquiries, call 415-418-7339 or visit their website at

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