The Presidio Trust is now seeking proposals for the lease and redevelopment of 1182 Lundeen Street, part of a group of seven World War I-era warehouses on Lundeen and Mason Streets. A variety of uses are welcomed, including appropriate service retail, cultural, educational, health and fitness, office, and recreational.
The Trust welcomes proposals for one or more of the buildings (1182, 1183, 1184, 1185, 1186, 1187, and 1188). The buildings range in size from approximately 11,745 square feet to approximately 13,125 square feet, totaling approximately 88,700 square feet.
These World War I-era warehouses have stood along the northern waterfront since Crissy Field became world renowned in the golden age of aviation. They are situated at a primary gateway to Crissy Field, one of the most recognizable spaces on the West Coast and the most visited Presidio district. Its beaches, trails, and Golden Gate Bridge views draw millions each year.
The Lundeen/East Mason Street warehouses are directly opposite East Beach, Crissy Field Center, the Beach Hut Cafe, and Crissy Marsh; the Marina Green is located just outside the gate.
This opportunity requires the tenant to fund the building renovation and all improvements. Tenant’s capital investment may be used to offset monthly rent payments, as rent credits. Historic Tax Credits may be available.
The area is served by Muni bus lines 30 and 30X, and the PresidiGo Shuttle. Metered parking is very limited.
Doyle Drive reconstruction is underway in this area of the Presidio. Upon its completion, the Main Post will be connected to the Crissy Field northern waterfront via a bluff featuring ten acres of new parkland at the foot of the Main Post. The bluff will feature public places to gather with views of the bridge, the bay, and the Presidio’s forested ridges. More on this project is available at www.presidioparkway.org.