The Presidio Trust is now offering the opportunity to lease and rehabilitate 105 Montgomery Street, part of the beloved Montgomery Barracks streetscape on the Main Post.
The Trust is seeking a tenant or master developer for this free-standing building, which is available immediately on an "as is" basis. This opportunity requires the tenant to fund building renovation and all improvements. The tenant’s capital investment may be used to offset monthly rent payments, as rent credits. Historic tax credits may also be available.
The majestic Montgomery Street Barracks have been at the heart of Presidio life for more than a century. They were erected between 1895 and 1897 as the Presidio expanded in national importance prior to the Spanish-American War. While the buildings once housed companies of troops, today they are being re-imagined as central visitor destinations within a revitalized Main Post. The first floor is reserved for public uses, while the upper two floors may house office or appropriate cultural or educational uses. The visitor-serving Walt Disney Family Museum is next door at 104 Montgomery Street.
The Presidio Trust is bringing back the Main Post’s lively character and creating new opportunities for the community to experience its history and culture. The Main Parade Ground, adjacent to the Montgomery Street Barracks, was recently re-landscaped as an inviting public open space for festivals, outdoor performances, and other special events. The Inn at the Presidio, the park’’ first lodging destination, opens in mid-2012. The Presidio Officers’ Club and Heritage Center will also soon reopen following a full historic rehabilitation.
The Main Post also features a transit center, the Presidio Community YMCA, an Archaeology Center, a Visitor Center, and restaurants, with new visitor destinations expected soon. At the completion of Doyle Drive construction, the Main Post will be connected to the Crissy Field northern waterfront via a bluff featuring ten acres of new parkland. The bluff will feature public places to gather with views of the bridge, the bay, and the Presidio’s forested ridges.