The Presidio is at fiscal crossroads; Trust plans move of headquarters to set up offices for leasing to tenants; San Francisco Presidio faces threat to cultural mission as losses loom
The Presidio Officers' Club is a sedate presence, with white plaster walls and a red tile roof that shades the heavy timber front door. Though the Spanish Revival look is from the 1930s, portions of the outer walls contain adobe blocks more than 200 years old.
These days, the landmark that anchors the Main Post of San Francisco's unusual national park also symbolizes the debate over what it should become.
Until the pandemic, the spacious building was reserved for public use, includin...