933 Mason Street (circa 1921) is situated along the western end of the stunning northern waterfront, with extraordinary views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, and Alcatraz. The historic hangars and warehouses here, the legacy of the site’s aviation history, now house popular recreational destinations.
Suite B has been renovated to warm shell condition and is ready for tenant improvements. Its layout is a large open, rectangle floor plan with an adjacent bathroom and small east lobby entrance that adjoins a slightly smaller space. Both spaces have doors on the west side.
Crissy Field is one of the most recognizable spaces on the West Coast and the most visited Presidio district. Its beaches, trails, and bridge views draw millions each year. Other nearby visitor destinations include a rock-climbing gym, trampoline house, a marine sanctuary visitor center, the Warming Hut Cafe, and Fort Point. West Crissy Field is near the Golden Gate Bridge Visitor Center, which is being revitalized in celebration of the icon’s 75th anniversary.
Given this building’s location, respondents are encouraged to indicate how they will respond to the Presidio Trust's interest in providing access to the general public. Cultural and educational uses may include museums, artist or craft workshops, education or instructional programs, and special event venues. Recreational uses may include uses related to sports, and health and fitness. Other visitor-serving uses, such as retail that is related to cultural, educational or recreational uses, may also be considered, along with food service such as restaurants and cafés. Small accessory offices required for the operation of preferred uses are permitted, but general office, child care, and residential uses are not.
Metered parking is very limited in this area. The Trust seeks a mix of uses and parking and transportation demand management strategies that will ensure the site capacity is not exceeded.