1806 Belles Street, Single Suite
Small Office Suite in the Tranquil Southern Presidio
Available now – small office at 1806 Belles Street in the historic Public Health Service District. This historic (circa 1932) structure was built as senior enlisted quarters for military personnel. The first floor is now home to a preschool. The second floor is home to a variety of office tenants.
This small second-floor suite features a storage closet, voice and data port, and a small private bathroom. Tenants on the floor have access to a non-exclusive shared conference room, a kitchenette and shower. This is a good space for one person.
The Public Health Service District is located in the southern Presidio near the 14th and 15th Avenue gates and the Lake/California/Clement corridors. Its history dates from the 1870s when a marine hospital was built to serve international seamen. In 1932 the original wood-frame buildings were replaced by a gracious 36-acre campus that included a main hospital, nurses' quarters, and other support buildings.
Today the district hosts a lively mix of homes, workplaces and cultural destinations with the park's wild southern hills as the backdrop. New trails connect it to the rest of the park. The Public Health Service District is recognized as a "green neighborhood" by the U.S. Green Building Council's new Neighborhood Development program (LEED-ND). It may be the first LEED-ND neighborhood in the country that is also part of a National Historic Landmark District.
The neighborhood is served by the PresidiGo Around The Park Shuttle which connects to the PresidiGo Downtown shuttle, Muni and Golden Gate Transit bus lines.
Tenant pays for insurance, telecom and data. Basic office utilities and Service District Charge (SDC) are included in monthly base rent. SDC is a reimbursement to the Trust for a portion of municipal services such as police, fire, and emergency services, and road and other infrastructure maintenance.
A broker commission is not offered for this opportunity.
Tenant Selection Criteria
- Financial capacity to carry out obligations of the lease
- Responsiveness to the Presidio Trust’s stated objectives
- Consistency with the planning principles and preferred uses articulated in the Presidio Trust Management Plan