1808 Wedemeyer Street, Suite 100, a first floor suite containing 636 square feet, is now available for lease. This Georgian Revival style structure is historic (circa 1932) and once served as a dormitory to house U.S. Public Health Service Hospital nurses. 1808 Wedemeyer Street has been fully renovated for modern office use.
Suite 100 layout is an open floor plan with bright light and large windows. Tenant shares a kitchenette and restrooms with other first floor neighbors. Other shared spaces include a bicycle storage room and a shower on the basement level.
This space is located near Mountain Lake and is close to
El Polín Spring, the
Lobos Valley Overlook, the
Presidio Golf Course and the
Tennessee Hollow Watershed in the Presidio’s Southern Wilds.
Tours are available by appointment. Please contact a Leasing staff member for more information and to schedule a site visit,
firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 561-5335.
Tenant expenses include parking, insurance, telecom and data. Basic office utilities and Service District Charge (SDC) are included in monthly rent in the first year of tenancy. 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. Tenant pays a pro rata share of any increase in building's operating expenses after first year of occupancy.
The Presidio Trust welcomes interest from the brokerage community. $2.00/RSF per year (up to $14/RSF) for each year of the initial term to procuring broker, payable half 30 days after lease execution and half 30 days after occupancy. Procuring requirements include, but are not limited to, the following:
Broker must accompany the clients on the initial visit to the Presidio;
Broker must provide written confirmation of an agreement between broker and tenant;
Broker must have a continuing involvement in the transaction.
Presidio Trust leases commercial space within the Presidio, a national park. Pets, emotional support animals, comfort or other therapy animals which are not considered service animals by the American Disability Act (ADA) are not allowed on premises. Service animals trained to aid a person with a specific disability per the ADA are allowed in the Presidio’s commercial buildings.
The Presidio is home to a
wide variety of commercial tenants. A proposing entity must meet minimum requirements to enter into a lease with the Presidio Trust. A commercial entity must be registered with the California Secretary of State. Proof of financial wherewithal to fulfill the financial obligations in the lease is also required, as lease underwriting. Low traffic, low impact tenants are preferred for Presidio spaces.
The Public Health Service District is located in the southwest quadrant of the Presidio near the 14th Avenue Gate at Lake Street. Its history dates from the 1870s when a marine hospital was built here to serve international sailors. In 1921 the original wood-frame buildings were replaced by a gracious 36-acre campus that included a main hospital building, nurses’ quarters and support buildings.
1808 Wedemeyer Street was the first registered historic building in San Francisco to be gold certified in the
LEED-CS (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design – Core and Shell) category as awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Today the district hosts a lively mix of homes, workplaces, and cultural destinations with the park’s wild southern hills as the backdrop. The Public Health Service District is recognized as a “green neighborhood” by the U.S. Green Building Council’s new
LEED-ND (Neighborhood Development program) certification. It may be the first LEED-ND neighborhood in the country that is also a part of a National Historic Landmark District.
1808 Wedemeyer Street is located near Muni bus lines and is the first stop on the
PresidiGo Around the Park Shuttle which connects to the
PresidiGo Downtown Shuttle route. The building is conveniently located near Highway 1 with easy access to the
Golden Gate Bridge. Metered parking is available beside the building.
Celebrations and Meetings
Driving and Parking
Food at the Presidio
Golden Gate Bridge
Live in the Presidio
Main Parade Ground
Places to Visit
Presidio Officers’ Club
Presidio Tunnel Tops
Presidio Visitor Center
Trails at the Presidio