List of San Francisco Designated Landmarks

Three San Francisco Designated Landmarks along Montgomery Street: the Golden Era Building (left), the Genella Building (center), and the Belli Building (right). The Transamerica Pyramid, not a Designated Landmark, is in the background

In 1967, the City of San Francisco, California adopted Article 10 of the Planning Code, providing the city with the authority to designate and protect landmarks from inappropriate alterations. As of January 2014, the city has designated 265 structures or other properties as San Francisco Designated Landmarks.[1] Many of the properties have also received recognition at the federal level by inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places or by designation as National Historic Landmarks.[2]

San Francisco Designated LandmarksEdit

# Name Image Address Date Description[a]
1 Mission Dolores   320 Dolores St. 4/11/68 37°45′51″N 122°25′36″W / 37.7642°N 122.4266°W / 37.7642; -122.4266 (Mission Dolores)
2 Old Saint Mary's Cathedral   660 California St. 4/11/68 37°47′34″N 122°24′21″W / 37.79265°N 122.40575°W / 37.79265; -122.40575 (Old Saint Mary's Cathedral)
3 Bank of California Building   400 California St. 9/3/68 37°47′36″N 122°24′06″W / 37.7932°N 122.4016°W / 37.7932; -122.4016 (Bank of California Building)
Built in 1908, designed by Walter Danforth Bliss and William Baker Faville[3]
4 Saint Patrick's Church   756 Mission St. 9/3/68 37°47′08″N 122°24′13″W / 37.785588°N 122.403508°W / 37.785588; -122.403508 (Saint Patrick's Church)
5 Saint Francis of Assisi Church   610 Vallejo St. 9/3/68 37°47′56″N 122°24′28″W / 37.7988°N 122.4077°W / 37.7988; -122.4077 (Saint Francis of Assisi Church)
6 Holy Cross Parish Hall (Old St. Patrick's Church)   1820 Eddy St. 9/3/68
7 Audiffred Building   1-21 Mission St. 10/13/68 37°47′36″N 122°23′33″W / 37.7934°N 122.3926°W / 37.7934; -122.3926 (Audiffred Building)
Commercial structure built in 1889 in Parisian style[4]
8 South San Francisco Opera House   1601 Newcomb Ave. 12/8/68 37°44′07″N 122°23′24″W / 37.735299°N 122.390026°W / 37.735299; -122.390026 (South San Francisco Opera House)
Also known as Bayview Opera House; built in 1888[5]
9 Belli Building (Langerman's Building)   722 Montgomery St. 2/3/69 37°47′46″N 122°24′12″W / 37.7961°N 122.4033°W / 37.7961; -122.4033 (Belli Building (Langerman's Building))
10 Genella Building (Belli Annex)   728 Montgomery St. 2/3/69 37°47′46″N 122°24′12″W / 37.7961°N 122.4033°W / 37.7961; -122.4033 (Genella Building (Belli Annex))
11 Hotaling Stables Building   32-42 Hotaling Place 2/3/69
12 Hotaling Building   451 Jackson St. 2/3/69 37°47′47″N 122°24′10″W / 37.7964°N 122.4028°W / 37.7964; -122.4028 (Hotaling Building)
13 Hotaling Annex East 445 Jackson St. 2/3/69
14 Medico-Dental Building   441 Jackson St. 2/3/69
15 Ghirardelli Building   407 Jackson St. 2/3/69
16 Ghirardelli Annex-Jackson Street   407 Jackson St. 2/3/69
17 Colonial Dames Octagon House   2645 Gough St. 2/3/69 37°47′52″N 122°25′39″W / 37.7978°N 122.4274°W / 37.7978; -122.4274 (McElroy Octagon House)
18 Palace Hotel and Garden Court Room   2 New Montgomery St. and 633 Market St. 3/9/69 37°47′18″N 122°24′07″W / 37.788411°N 122.40205°W / 37.788411; -122.40205 (Palace Hotel and Garden Court Room)
19 Golden Era Building   732 Montgomery St. 3/9/69
20 Hotaling Annex West   463-473 Jackson St. 3/9/69
21 San Francisco City Hall   1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place 3/13/70 37°46′45″N 122°25′09″W / 37.77919°N 122.41914°W / 37.77919; -122.41914 (San Francisco City Hall)
Block bounded by Polk and McAllister Streets, Van Ness Avenue and Grove Street
22 Solari Building (Larco's Building) 470 Jackson St. 3/16/70
23 Solari Building (Old French Consulate)   472 Jackson St. 3/16/70 37°47′47″N 122°24′11″W / 37.7965°N 122.4031°W / 37.7965; -122.4031 (Solari Building (Old French Consulate))
24 Yeon Building (San Francisco)   432 Jackson St. 3/16/70
25 Moulinie Building   458-60 Jackson St. 3/16/70
26 Bank of Lucas, Turner & Co.   800-804 Montgomery St. 3/16/70
27 Grogan-Lent-Atherton Building   400 Jackson St. 3/16/70
28 Old Holy Virgin Russian Orthodox Cathedral 858-864 Fulton St. 5/3/70 37°46′41″N 122°25′51″W / 37.77796°N 122.430918°W / 37.77796; -122.430918 (Old Holy Virgin Russian Orthodox Cathedral)
29 Old Fire House, Engine 22   1348 Tenth Ave. 5/3/70
30 Ghirardelli Square   Block bounded by North Point, Larkin, Beach and Polk Streets 5/3/70 37°48′21″N 122°25′18″W / 37.805703°N 122.421794°W / 37.805703; -122.421794 (Phelps, Abner, House)
31 Burr House   1772 Vallejo St. 5/3/70
32 Abner Phelps House   1111 Oak St. 5/31/70 37°46′22″N 122°26′17″W / 37.7728°N 122.4381°W / 37.7728; -122.4381 (Phelps, Abner, House)
33 Columbus Tower (Sentinel Building)   916-920 Kearny St. 6/13/70 37°47′47″N 122°24′18″W / 37.7964°N 122.4049°W / 37.7964; -122.4049 (Columbus Tower (Sentinel Building))
Completed in 1907, and survived the 1906 earthquake and fire.[6]
34 Original United States Mint and Subtreasury   608 Commercial St. 6/14/70 37°47′39.3″N 122°24′12.7″W / 37.794250°N 122.403528°W / 37.794250; -122.403528 (San Francisco Mint)
35 Stadtmuller House   819 Eddy St. 12/5/70
36 Feusier Octagon House   1067 Green St. 12/5/70 37°47′54″N 122°25′00″W / 37.7983°N 122.4167°W / 37.7983; -122.4167 (Feusier Octagon House)
37 Hallidie Building   130 Sutter St. 4/4/71 37°47′24″N 122°24′11″W / 37.7901°N 122.403°W / 37.7901; -122.403 (Hallidie Building)
38 Bourn Mansion   2550 Webster St. 4/4/71
39 Saint Francis Lutheran Church   152 Church St. 7/10/71
40 First Unitarian Church (San Francisco)   Block bounded by Franklin Street, Geary Boulevard and Starr King Way 7/10/71
41 Saint Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church   1135 O'Farrell St. (vacated portion) 7/10/71
42 Dennis T. Sullivan Memorial Fire Chief's Home   870 Bush St. 10/10/71
43 Cable Car Barn and Power House   Washington and Mason Streets, northwest corner 10/10/71 37°47′41″N 122°24′41″W / 37.794675°N 122.411396°W / 37.794675; -122.411396 (Cable Car Barn and Power House)
44 Donaldina Cameron House   920 Sacramento St. 10/10/71
45 Leale House 2475 Pacific Ave. 4/2/72
46 House of the Flag  A 1652-1656 Taylor St. 5/12/72
47 Nightingale House   201 Buchanan St. 10/1/72 37°46′18″N 122°25′38″W / 37.77177°N 122.42718°W / 37.77177; -122.42718 (Nightingale House)
Built in 1908, designed by Walter Danforth Bliss and William Baker Faville[7]
48 Charles Dietle House   294 Page St. 10/1/72
49 Sherman House 2160 Green St. 10/18/72
50 Conservatory of Flowers   Golden Gate Park, John F. Kennedy Memorial Dr. 12/4/72 37°46′21″N 122°27′37″W / 37.7726°N 122.4602°W / 37.7726; -122.4602 (Golden Gate Park Conservatory)
51 Casebolt House   2727 Pierce St. 3/5/73
52 Transamerica Building (Old Fugazi Bank Building)   4 Columbus Ave. 3/5/73
53 Wormser-Coleman House   1834 California St. 6/1/73
54 Edward Coleman House   1701 Franklin St. 7/6/73
55 Lilienthal-Orville Pratt House   1818-1824 California St. 7/6/73
56 Roos House   3500 Jackson St. 8/6/73
57 Talbot–Dutton House   1782 Pacific Ave. 11/2/73
58 Merryvale Antiques   3640 Buchanan St. 2/4/74
59 Haslett Warehouse   680 Beach St. 2/4/74 37°48′25″N 122°25′12″W / 37.8069°N 122.4201°W / 37.8069; -122.4201 (Haslett Warehouse)
60 Hunters Point Springs and Albion Brewery   881 Innes Ave. 4/5/74
61 Sylvester House   1556 Revere Ave. 4/5/74
62 Mish House   1153 Oak St. 7/6/74 37°46′22″N 122°26′18″W / 37.7729°N 122.4383°W / 37.7729; -122.4383 (Mish House)
63 Quinn House   1562 McKinnon Ave. 7/6/74
64 Flood Mansion (Pacific Union Club)   1000 California St. 8/2/74 37°47′31″N 122°24′41″W / 37.792°N 122.4114°W / 37.792; -122.4114 (Flood, James C., Mansion)
65 Trinity Church   1668 Bush St. 10/5/74
66 Stanyan House   2006 Bush St. 1/4/75
67 Tanforan Cottage#1   214 Dolores St. 1/4/75
68 Tanforan Cottage#2   220 Dolores St. 1/4/75
69 Haas-Lilienthal House   2007 Franklin St. 1/4/75 37°47′36″N 122°25′29″W / 37.7933°N 122.4248°W / 37.7933; -122.4248 (Haas-Lilienthal House)
70 Atherton House   1990 California St. 2/19/75
71 Goodman Building   1117 Geary Blvd. 2/28/75 37°47′08″N 122°25′20″W / 37.7855°N 122.4222°W / 37.7855; -122.4222 (Goodman Building)
72 V.C. Morris Building   140 Maiden Lane 8/7/75
73 Lotta's Fountain   Pedestrian Island, at Intersection of Market, Geary and Kearny Streets 7/19/75 37°47′16″N 122°24′12″W / 37.7879°N 122.4033°W / 37.7879; -122.4033 (Lotta Crabtree Fountain)
74 Frank M. Stone House   1348 S. Van Ness 7/19/75
75 California Historical Society (Whittier Mansion)   2090 Jackson St. 11/8/75 37°47′36″N 122°25′46″W / 37.7933°N 122.4295°W / 37.7933; -122.4295 (Whittier Mansion)
76 Mills Building and Tower   220 Montgomery St. and 220 Bush St. 11/8/75 37°47′28″N 122°24′06″W / 37.7912°N 122.4018°W / 37.7912; -122.4018 (Mills Building And Tower)
77 Samuels Clock   Sidewalk in front 856 Market St. 12/7/75
78 Sunnyside Conservatory 236 Monterey Blvd. 12/7/75
79 Miller-Joost House   3224 Market St. 12/7/75
80 Alfred E. Clarke Mansion   250 Douglas St. 12/7/75 37°45′35″N 122°26′22″W / 37.75961°N 122.43953°W / 37.75961; -122.43953 (Clarke Mansion)
81 Bush Street Temple (Soto Mission)   1881 Bush St. 4/18/76
82 Geary Theater   415 Geary St. 7/11/76 37°47′13″N 122°24′37″W / 37.787°N 122.4103°W / 37.787; -122.4103 (Geary Theatre)
83 St. John's Presbyterian Church   25 Lake St. 9/12/76 37°47′12″N 122°27′31″W / 37.7866°N 122.4586°W / 37.7866; -122.4586 (St. John's Presbyterian Church)
84 San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center   Van Ness Avenue, between Grove and McAllister Streets 1/9/77
85 San Francisco Art Institute   800 Chestnut St. 7/9/77 37°48′12″N 122°25′02″W / 37.803456°N 122.417144°W / 37.803456; -122.417144 (San Francisco Art Institute)
86 Potrero Hill Neighborhood House 953 DeHaro St. 7/9/77
87 Jessie Street Substation   220 Jessie St. 7/9/77 37°47′10″N 122°24′13″W / 37.7861°N 122.4035°W / 37.7861; -122.4035 (Jessie Street Substation)
88 Palace of Fine Arts   3301 Lyon St. 7/9/77 37°48′10″N 122°26′54″W / 37.8029°N 122.4484°W / 37.8029; -122.4484 (Palace of Fine Arts)
89 Old Firehouse, Engine Company No. 2 and Truck No. 6   1152 Oak St. 7/9/77 37°47′27″N 122°24′18″W / 37.7908°N 122.4051°W / 37.7908; -122.4051 (San Francisco Fire Department Engine Co. Number 2)
90 Ferry Building   The Embarcadero, foot of Market St. 7/9/77 37°47′43″N 122°23′37″W / 37.7954°N 122.3936°W / 37.7954; -122.3936 (Union Ferry Depot)
91 Gibb-Sanborn Warehouse (Trinidad Bean and Elevator Company)   855 Front St., and 101 Vallejo St. 7/9/77 37°47′58″N 122°24′01″W / 37.7995°N 122.4002°W / 37.7995; -122.4002 (Gibb, Daniel, & Co. Warehouse)
92 Gibb-Sanborn Warehouse (Pelican Paper)   901 Front St. 7/9/77
93 Old Firehouse, Engine Company No. 23   3022 Washington St. 7/9/77
94 Orpheum Theatre   1192 Market St. 7/9/77 37°46′45″N 122°24′53″W / 37.779081°N 122.414708°W / 37.779081; -122.414708 (Koshland House)
95 Koshland House   3800 Washington St. 7/9/77 37°47′20″N 122°27′21″W / 37.789°N 122.4559°W / 37.789; -122.4559 (Koshland House)
96 Francis Scott Key Monument   Golden Gate Park, East End of Music Concourse 7/9/77 37°46′14″N 122°28′03″W / 37.77064°N 122.46749°W / 37.77064; -122.46749 (Francis Scott Key Monument)
97 Atkinson House   1032 Broadway 7/17/77
98 Ortman-Shumate House   1901 Scott St. 8/13/77
99 Schoenstein Organ   3101 20th St. 8/13/77
100 Castro Theatre   429 Castro St. 9/3/77 37°45′43″N 122°26′06″W / 37.7620°N 122.435°W / 37.7620; -122.435 (Castro Theatre)
101 Oriental Warehouse 650 Delancey St. 10/8/77
102 Italian Swiss Colony Building   1265 Battery, at Greenwich Street 1/8/78
103 Calvary Presbyterian Church (Sanctuary)   2501 Fillmore St. 1/10/78 37°47′34″N 122°26′05″W / 37.7927°N 122.4347°W / 37.7927; -122.4347 (Calvary Presbyterian Church)
104 Independent Wood Company Building (Cargo West)   1105 Battery Street, at Union Street 4/23/79
105 Market Street Railway Substation   1190 Fillmore Street, at Turk Street 4/23/79 37°46′49″N 122°25′55″W / 37.7804°N 122.4319°W / 37.7804; -122.4319 (Market Street Railway Substation)
106 Chambord Apartments   1298 Sacramento St. 4/23/79 37°47′33″N 122°24′51″W / 37.7925°N 122.4142°W / 37.7925; -122.4142 (Chambord Apartments)
107 Rincon Annex   101-199 Mission St. 2/10/80 37°47′34″N 122°23′36″W / 37.7928°N 122.3934°W / 37.7928; -122.3934 (Rincon Annex)
108 State Armory and Arsenal   14th and Mission 2/10/80 37°46′04″N 122°25′14″W / 37.767778°N 122.420556°W / 37.767778; -122.420556 (State Armory and Arsenal)
109 Borel & Co.   440 Montgomery 4/06/80
110 Italian American Bank   460 Montgomery 4/06/80
111 Family Service Agency   1010 Gough Street 10/12/80
112 Rothschild House   964 Eddy Street 10/5/80
113 San Francisco Mining Exchange   350 Bush Street 10/5/80
114 Beltline Railroad Roundhouse Complex   Sansome, The Embarcadero and Lombard 10/5/80
115 Health Sciences Library   2395 Sacramento Street 10/5/80
116 St. Paulus Lutheran Church Eddy and Gough Streets Rescinded by Ord. 379-96
117 Hammersmith Building   301-303 Sutter Street 10/5/80
118 B'nai David Synagogue   3535 19th Street 10/5/80
119 Chambers Mansion   2220 Sacramento Street 10/5/80
120 St. Joseph's Church (San Francisco)   1401 Howard Street 10/5/80
121 Julius' Castle   302-304 Greenwich 10/5/80
122 Clay Street Center/Chinese Historical Society of America   940 Powell and 965 Clay Streets 1/4/81
123 John McMullen House   827 Guerrero St. 1/4/81 37°45′28″N 122°25′24″W / 37.7579°N 122.4232°W / 37.7579; -122.4232 (McMullen, John, House)
124 Sharon Building   Golden Gate Park 1/4/81
125 Havens Mansion and Carriage House   1381 South Van Ness 4/11/81
126 Bransten House   1735 Franklin Street 6/7/81
127 Old Spaghetti Factory Cafe 478 Green Street 6/7/81
128 Clunie House 301 Lyon Street 6/7/81
129 Bauer & Schweitzer Malting Company   550 Chestnut Street 7/5/81
130 Hibernia Bank   1 Jones Street 8/2/81
131 Union Trust Branch of Wells Fargo Bank   744 Market Street 8/2/81
132 Savings Union Branch of Security Pacific National Bank   1 Grant Avenue 8/2/81
133 Axford House   1190 Noe Street 8/2/81
134 Mechanics' Institute   57-65 Post Street 9/6/81 37°47′20″N 122°24′11″W / 37.788844°N 122.403042°W / 37.788844; -122.403042 (Mechanics' Institute)
135 Westerfeld House   1198 Fulton St. 1981-12-06 37°46′38″N 122°26′11″W / 37.7772°N 122.4364°W / 37.7772; -122.4364 (Westerfeld, William, House)
136 Kershaw House   845 Guerrero Street 1981-12-06
137 Notre Dame School (San Francisco)   351 Dolores Street 1981-12-06 37°47′27″N 122°24′23″W / 37.7907°N 122.4065°W / 37.7907; -122.4065
138 I.M. Scott School 1060 Tennessee Street 1981-12-06
139 St. Charles School (San Francisco)   3250 18th Street 1981-12-06
140 Newton Tharp School and High School of Commerce   135 Van Ness Avenue 1981-12-06
141 Home Telephone Company   333 Grant Avenue 1981-12-06
142 PG&E Old Station J   569 Commercial Street 1981-12-06
143 Fire Department Old Station No. 2   466 Bush Street 1981-12-06
144 Hoffman Grill   619 Market Street 1981-12-06
145 Buich Building   240 California Street 1981-12-06
146 Jack's Restaurant   615 Sacramento Street 1981-12-06
147 Dutch Windmill   Golden Gate Park December 6, 1981 37°46′14″N 122°30′34″W / 37.77044°N 122.50941°W / 37.77044; -122.50941 (Dutch Windmill)
148 Kerrigan House-Ruth Cravath Stoneyard and Studio 893 Wisconsin Street 6/5/82
149 Edwin Klockars Blacksmith Shop 449 Folsom Street 6/12/82
150 Sheetmetal Workers Union Hall   224-226 Guerrero Street 6/12/82
151 Archbishop's Mansion 1000 Fulton Street 6/12/82
152 Don Lee Building   1000 Van Ness Avenue 7/10/82
153 Earle C. Anthony Packard Showroom   901 Van Ness Avenue 7/10/82
154 Flood Building   870-898 Market Street 7/10/82 37°47′06″N 122°24′27″W / 37.7849°N 122.4074°W / 37.7849; -122.4074 (Flood, James C., Building)
155 Flatiron Building   540-548 Market Street 7/10/82
156 Phelan Building   760-784 Market Street 7/10/82
157 Hills Bros. Coffee Plant   2 Harrison Street 11/7/82
158 Federal Reserve Bank Building (San Francisco)   400 Sansome St. 1/7/83 37°47′39″N 122°24′04″W / 37.7943°N 122.4011°W / 37.7943; -122.4011 (Federal Reserve Bank Of San Francisco)
159 Gaylord Hotel   620 Jones Street 4/10/83
160 Royal Insurance Building, San Francisco   201 Sansome Street 4/10/83
161 Kohl Building   400 Montgomery Street 4/10/83
162 Hobart Building   582-592 Market Street 7/9/83
163 Sharon Building   39-63 Montgomery 7/9/83
164 McMorry-Lagen House   188-198 Haight Street 11/6/83
165 Lillie Hitchcock Coit Tower   1 Telegraph Hill Blvd. 1/1/84 37°48′09″N 122°24′21″W / 37.8024°N 122.4058°W / 37.8024; -122.4058 (Coit Tower)
166 Trinity Presbyterian Church   3261 23rd Street 3/30/84
167 Metropolitan Life Insurance Building   600 Stockton Street 6/3/84
168 William Vale House   2226 California Street 6/3/84
169 Campfire Golden Gate Council Headquarters 325 Arguello Boulevard 6/30/84
170 Grace Cathedral Close   1051 Taylor Street 8/5/84
171 Refugee Shack   1227 24th Avenue 8/12/84
172 St. Boniface Church and Rectory   133 Golden Gate Avenue 10/7/84
173 Notre Dame des Victoires Church and Rectory   564-566 Bush Street 10/7/84
174 California Hall 625 Polk Street 10/7/84
175 McLaren Lodge   Golden Gate Park 11/4/84
176 Cadillac Hotel 366-394 Eddy Street 1/6/8
177 First Congregational Church 432 Mason Street 3/1/85
178 Mission Turn Hall   3543 18th Street 3/1/85
179 Beach Chalet   100 Great Highway 2/22/85
180 S.F.& S.M. Railway Co. Office Building   2301 San Jose Avenue 1/26/86
181 Lawn Bowling Clubhouse and Greens   Golden Gate Park 9/7/86
182 Theodore Green Apothecary 500-502 Divisadero Street 9/14/86
183 Crown Zellerbach Building   1 Bush St./523 Market St. 5/17/87 37°47′27″N 122°24′00″W / 37.7908°N 122.4°W / 37.7908; -122.4 (Crown Zellerbach Building)
184 Mark Hopkins Hotel   850 Mason St./1 Nob Hill 5/17/87 37°47′30″N 122°24′37″W / 37.791558°N 122.410364°W / 37.791558; -122.410364 (Mark Hopkins Hotel)
185 Fairmont Hotel   950 Mason St. 6/13/87 37°47′33″N 122°24′38″W / 37.7924°N 122.4106°W / 37.7924; -122.4106 (Fairmont Hotel)
186 David Lewis House   4143 23rd St. 2/14/88
187 Engine Co. No. 37, Truck Co. No. 9 2501 25th Street 3/19/88
188 Engine Co. No. 8, Truck Co. No. 4   1648 Pacific Avenue 3/19/88
189 Frank G. Edwards House   1366 Guerrero St. 12/17/88 37°44′57″N 122°25′22″W / 37.7493°N 122.4228°W / 37.7493; -122.4228 (Edwards, Frank G., House)
190 Charles L. Hinkel House and Carriage House 280 Divisadero Street 12/17/88
191 Oakley Residence and Flats   200-202 Fair Oaks Street 3/8/89
192 Southern Pacific Company Hospital Complex   1400 Fell Street, 1509, 1555 and 1599 Hayes Street 3/8/89
Built in 1908 [8]
193 Baker and Hamilton Building   700-768 Seventh Street 10/18/89
194 Lefty O'Doul Bridge   Third Street over Mission Channel at China Basin 10/18/89
195 Islam Temple (Alcazar Theater)   650 Geary Street 10/18/89 37°47′12″N 122°24′50″W / 37.78666°N 122.41399°W / 37.78666; -122.41399 (Islam Temple (Alcazar Theater))
196 The Alfred G. Hanson Residence 126 27th Avenue 12/22/89
197 Spreckels Mansion   2080 Washington Street 6/9/90
198 Richard E. Queen House   2212 Sacramento Street 8/31/90
199 The Jackson Brewery Complex   1475, 1477, 1479, 1479A and 1489 Folsom Street and 301-05, 315-319 and 333 Eleventh Street 1/5/91
200 Path of Gold Light Standards   1 Market Street through 2490 Market Street 7/26/91
201 Park Emergency Hospital   Kezar Corner, Golden Gate Park 11/2/91
202 Golden Gate Commandery of Knights Templar (Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church)   2135 Sutter Street 1/22/93
203 The George Gibbs Residence and caretaker's cottage   2620-2624 Jackson Street 9/26/93
204 Our Lady of Guadalupe Church   906 Broadway 11/14/93 37°47′51″N 122°24′45″W / 37.797468°N 122.412394°W / 37.797468; -122.412394 (Our Lady of Guadalupe Church)
205 Balboa High School   1000 Cayuga Avenue at Onondaga Street 2/19/95 37°43′19″N 122°26′28″W / 37.721828°N 122.441072°W / 37.721828; -122.441072 (Balboa High School)
206 Howard/26th Street Cottages   3274-3294 26th Street and 1487-1499 South Van Ness Avenue and 84-96 Virgil Street 1/22/94
207 Ellinwood Residence   2799 Pacific Avenue and 2498 Divisadero Street 1/22/94
208 McCormick House   4040 17th Street 1/22/00
209 Odd Fellows Columbarium   1 Loraine Court 3/3/96 37°46′50″N 122°27′25″W / 37.780612°N 122.45707°W / 37.780612; -122.45707 (Odd Fellows Columbarium)
210 Murphy Windmill and Millwright's Cottage   West End of Golden Gate Park 7/2/00
211 Madame C.J. Walker Home for Girls and Women   2066 Pine Street 12/12/99
212 Columbia Savings Bank Building   700 Montgomery Street 10/8/00
213 Joseph Leonard/Cecil F. Poole House   90 Cedro Avenue 7/2/00
214 El Capitan Theater and Hotel   2353 Mission Street 3/3/96
215 Brown's Opera House (Victoria Theatre)   2961 16th Street 3/3/96
216 Milo Hoadley Residence   2908-2910 Bush Street 6/21/96
217 Alhambra Theater   2320-2336 Polk Street 3/3/96 37°47′54″N 122°25′20″W / 37.79831°N 122.4221°W / 37.79831; -122.4221 (Alhambra Theatre)
218 North End Police Station and Garage   2475 Greenwich Street 5/24/96
219 Mount Davidson Monument   1/16/97
220 Former Engine House No. 31   1088 Green St. 4/8/98 37°47′55″N 122°25′01″W / 37.7986°N 122.417°W / 37.7986; -122.417 (Engine House No. 31)
221 Former Shriners Hospital   1701 Nineteenth Avenue 4/8/98
222 Golden Gate Bridge   At the Presidio, U.S. Highway 101 and California Highway 1 5/21/99 37°49′11″N 122°28′43″W / 37.819722°N 122.478611°W / 37.819722; -122.478611 (Golden Gate Bridge)
223 Carmel Fallon Building   1800 Market Street 11/8/98 37°46′18″N 122°25′27″W / 37.77175°N 122.42405°W / 37.77175; -122.42405 (Carmel Fallon Building)
Currently houses the San Francisco LGBT Community Center[9]
224 Schubert Hall   2099 Pacific Avenue 5/21/99
225 Fireboat House   Pier 221/2, the Embarcadero 4/16/99
226 Washington Square   600 Columbus Avenue 1/22/99 Bound by Union, Filbert, and Stockton Streets
37°48′03″N 122°24′36″W / 37.800868°N 122.410001°W / 37.800868; -122.410001 (Washington Square)
227 The Castro Camera and the Harvey Milk Residence   573-575 Castro Street 7/2/2000
228 City Lights Bookstore   261-271 Columbus Avenue 8/26/2001 37°47′51″N 122°24′24″W / 37.797628°N 122.406575°W / 37.797628; -122.406575 (City Lights Bookstore)
229 Garcia and Maggini Warehouse 128 King Street 6/23/2002
231 Laguna Honda Station /
Forest Hill Station
  390 Laguna Honda Boulevard 9/23/2004 37°44′53″N 122°27′33″W / 37.74803°N 122.45914°W / 37.74803; -122.45914 (Laguna Honda/Forest Hill Station)
232 Filbert Street Cottages (Bush Cottages and the School of Basic Design and Color)   1338 Filbert Street 4/3/2003
233 The Golden Triangle Light Standards Along the streets bounded by Market, and Sutter Streets 5/23/2003
234 Carnegie Mission Branch Library   300 Bartlett Street 9/23/2004
235 Carnegie Chinatown Branch Library   1135 Powell Street 5/2/2002
236 Old U.S. Mint   88 Fifth St. 2/21/2003 37°46′58″N 122°24′26″W / 37.7829°N 122.4071°W / 37.7829; -122.4071 (Old U.S. Mint)
237 Drexler-Colombo Building   1-21 Columbus Ave. 8/23/2002 37°47′44″N 122°24′13″W / 37.7956°N 122.4037°W / 37.7956; -122.4037 (Colombo Building)
238 Labor Temple-Redstone Building   2926-2948 16th Street 1/16/2004
239 Carnegie Sunset Library   1305 18th Avenue 6/10/2004
240 Carnegie Presidio Library   3150 Sacramento Street 6/10/2004
241 Jose Theater/Names Project Building   2362 Market Street 5/27/2004
242 Infant Shelter   1201 Ortega Street 8/25/2004
243 Old Chronicle Building   690 Market
244 Garfield Building (San Francisco) 938-942 Market Street 9/30/2004
245 New Mission Theater   2550 Mission 2004-05-27 37°45′23″N 122°25′08″W / 37.7563°N 122.419°W / 37.7563; -122.419 (New Mission Theater)
246 James Lick Baths/People's Laundry Building   165 10th Street 8/25/2004
247 Carnegie Richmond Branch Library   351 9th Avenue
248 Juvenile Court and Detention Home   150 Otis Street 6/14/2006
249 Golden Gate Park Music Concourse   Tea Garden Drive 12/16/2005 37°46′14″N 122°28′03″W / 37.77064°N 122.46749°W / 37.77064; -122.46749 (Golden Gate Park Music Concourse)
250 Shipwright's Cottage   900 Innes
251 Glazer-Keating House   1110 Taylor Street 8/18/2005
252 Saint Brigid Church   2151 Van Ness Avenue
253 Richard P. Doolan-Norman T. Larson Residence and Storefronts   557 Ashbury Street/1500-1512 Haight Street[10] 7/14/2006
254 Doggie Diner sign   Sloat and 45th Avenue 8/11/2006 37°44′08″N 122°30′11″W / 37.735461°N 122.502969°W / 37.735461; -122.502969 (Doggie Diner Sign)
255 Mission High School   3750 18th Street 2007-09-02 37°45′42″N 122°25′38″W / 37.761775°N 122.427306°W / 37.761775; -122.427306 (Mission High School)
256 Richardson Hall   55 Laguna 2007-09-21
257 Woods Hall 55 Laguna 2007-09-21
258 Woods Hall Annex 55 Laguna 2007-09-21
259 Carnegie Noe Valley Branch Library   451 Jersey 2008-10-03
260 Tobin House   1969 California Street
261 Metro Theater   2055 Union Street 2009-07-21 37°47′49″N 122°25′59″W / 37.7970°N 122.4330°W / 37.7970; -122.4330 (Metro Theater)
262 Appleton & Wolfard Libraries   1890 Chestnut Street 2010-11-18
263 Sam Jordan's Bar   4004-4006 Third Street 2013-02-06 [11]
264 Twin Peaks Tavern   401 Castro Street 2013-02-06 [12]
265 Doelger Building   320-326 Judah Street 2013-04-10 [13]
266 Marcus Books / Jimbo's Bop City   1712-1716 Fillmore Street 2014-02-13 [14]
267 Swedish American Hall   2168-2174 Market Street 2015-05-08 [15]
268 R. L. Goldberg Building   182-198 Gough Street 2015-05-21 [16]
269 University Mound Ladies Home   350 University Street 2015-12-25 [17]
270 Cowell House   171 San Marcos Avenue 2016-04-22 [18]
271 Bourdette Building   90 Second Street 2016-05-20 [19]
272 Alemany Emergency Hospital and Health Building   35-45 Onondaga Street 2016-06-17 [20]
273 Ingleside Presbyterian Church and The Great Cloud of Witnesses   1345 Ocean Avenue 2016-11-22 [21]

San Francisco Landmark DistrictsEdit

Since 1972, the City of San Francisco has designated thirteen local landmark districts ranging in size from a handful of buildings to several hundred properties. Landmark districts are regulated by Article 10 of the Planning Code.[22]

# Name Image Size Date Description
1 Jackson Square Landmark District   8 Blocks, 82 Parcels 1972 Earliest surviving commercial area features commercial and mixeduse

buildings erected in the 1850s to 1860s.

2 Webster Street Landmark District 3 Blocks, 25 Parcels 1981 Residential district in the Western Addition features a unified

collection in the Italianate style.

3 Northeast Waterfront Landmark District   9 Blocks, 52 Parcels 1983 Commercial and industrial district reflects waterfront storage and maritime activities, from the Gold Rush to World War II.
4 Alamo Square Landmark District   16 Blocks, 281 Parcels 1984 Residential district features richly ornamented houses in a range of Victorian- and Edwardian-era styles.
5 Liberty Hill Landmark District   10 Blocks, 298 Parcels 1985 Victorian-era residences designed primarily in the Italianate, Stick, and Queen Anne

styles in Mission District.

6 Telegraph Hill Landmark District   6 Blocks, 90 Parcels 1986 Eclectic hillside district features the largest concentration of pre-1870s buildings accessible only via narrow pedestrian-only lanes and staircases.
7 Blackstone Court Landmark District   1 Block, 4 Parcels 1987 Residential district centered around the now-filled Washerwoman's Lagoon on a pre-Gold Rush trail of pre-1906 development in the Marina District.
8 South End Landmark District 6 Blocks, 84 Parcels 1990 Industrial and warehouse of brick and reinforced concrete single- and multi-story warehouses erected between 1906 and 1929.
9 Bush Street Cottage Row Landmark District 2 Blocks, 23 Parcels 1991 Residential buildings of flat front Italianate and Stick design in Japantown.
10 Civic Center Landmark District   15 Blocks, 61 Parcels 1996 Monumental Beaux Arts Classical design institutional buildings flanking a central open space.
11 Dogpatch Landmark District 9 Blocks, 131 Parcels 2003 Oldest enclave of industrial workers’ housing in San Francisco located east of Potrero Hill.
12 Market Street Masonry Landmark District 5 Blocks, 8 parcels 2013 Discontiguous district of 8 structures built between 1911-1925. Each building is constructed of reinforced concrete or a combination of brick and reinforced concrete. All are designed by San Francisco master architects.[23]
13 Duboce Park Landmark District   4 Blocks, 90 Parcels 2013 Residential district featuring well-preserved Victorian- and Edwardian-era homes, many in the Queen Anne style. The district includes Duboce Park.[24]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Numbers are as designated in the San Francisco Municipal Ordinance. Blue colors represent designations as National Historic Landmarks and listing on the National Register of Historic Places; yellow represents sites that are San Francisco Designated Landmarks. No color represents delisted monuments.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Appendix A to Article 10: List of designated landmarks". San Francisco Planning Code. American Legal Publishing Corporation. Retrieved 7 January 2014.
  2. ^ "City of San Francisco Designated Landmarks". City of San Francisco.
  3. ^ "San Francisco Landmark 3: Bank of California:". NoeHill. 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-15.
  4. ^ "San Francisco Landmark 7: Audiffred Building". NoeHill. 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-15.
  5. ^ "San Francisco Landmark 8: Bayview Opera House". NoeHill. 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-15.
  6. ^ "San Francisco Landmark 33: Sentinel Building". NoeHill. 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-21.
  7. ^ "San Francisco Landmark 47: Nightingale House". NoeHill. 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-15.
  8. ^ "San Francisco Landmark 191: Southern Pacific Hospital:". NoeHill. 2014. Retrieved 2014-05-13.
  9. ^ "San Francisco Landmark 223: Carmel Fallon Building". NoeHill. 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-15.
  10. ^ San Francisco Landmark Number 253
  11. ^ "Sam Jordan's Bar Landmark Designation Report" (PDF). San Francisco Planning Department. Retrieved 7 January 2014.
  12. ^ "Twin Peaks Tavern Landmark Designation Report" (PDF). San Francisco Planning Department. Retrieved 7 January 2014.
  13. ^ "Doelger Building Landmark Designation Report" (PDF). San Francisco Planning Department. Retrieved 7 January 2014.
  14. ^ "Marcus Books / Jimbo's Bop City Landmark Designation Report" (PDF). San Francisco Planning Department. Retrieved 8 June 2015.
  15. ^ "Swedish American Hall Designation Report" (PDF). San Francisco Planning Department. Retrieved 8 June 2015.
  16. ^ "182-198 Gough Street Designation Report" (PDF). San Francisco Planning Department. Retrieved 8 June 2015.
  17. ^ "University Mound Landmark Designation Report" (PDF).
  18. ^ "Cowell House Landmark Designation Report" (PDF).
  19. ^ "Bourdette Building Landmark Designation Report" (PDF).
  20. ^ "Alemany Emergency Hospital and Health Building Landmark Designation Report" (PDF).
  21. ^ "Planning Code - Landmark designation of 1345 Ocean Avenue (aka Ingleside Presbyterian Church and the Great Cloud of Witnesses)" (PDF).
  22. ^ "San Francisco Landmark Districts" (PDF). Retrieved 6 May 2013.
  23. ^ "Market Street Masonry Discontiguous Landmark District Designation Report" (PDF). San Francisco Planning Department. San Francisco Planning Department. September 19, 2012. Retrieved October 9, 2015.
  24. ^ "Duboce Park Landmark District".

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