682 Schofield Road

The Presidio Trust welcomes proposals for historic (circa 1902) 682 Schofield Road office campus, available for October 2021 occupancy. Originally used by the U.S. Army as the Cavalry Soldiers barracks, the Schofield Road buildings are now offered for office or educational uses. Child care use as a component of a larger office or educational use may be considered.

  • 682 Schofield Road – 14,710 rentable square feet
  • 681 Schofield Road – 1,922 rentable square feet
  • 683 Schofield Road – 2,354 rentable square feet

Adjacent, historic (circa 1923) and smaller buildings 681 and 683 Schofield Road will be leased with the former barracks as a three-building office campus, 18,986 rentable square feet.

The Schofield Road buildings underwent a complete historic renovation in 2009 and are a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) gold certified rehabilitation project. Each building has been renovated for modern office use with much of the buildings’ historic fabric remaining intact. Improvements include an elevator and shower in Building 682 and a kitchenette in each building.

Set apart from the Main Post in the historic Presidio forest, the buildings are within walking distance of the Crissy Field and the Golden Gate Bridge. Tenant enjoys views of the Cavalry Stables, Crissy Field, Alcatraz and the San Francisco Bay. Trails and recreational opportunities are nearby. The neighborhood is served by the free PresidiGo Around the Park Shuttle which connects to free PresidiGo Downtown Shuttle, Muni, and Golden Gate Transit.

Tours are available by appointment. Please contact a Leasing staff member for more information and to schedule a site visit, leasing@presidiotrust.gov or (415) 561-5335.

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