The Presidio Landmark, a historic building turned luxury apartment community in San Francisco's Presidio National Park, has been named Best Adaptive Reuse project of the year by both Multifamily Executive (MFE) magazine and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). In addition, the project will be honored on Nov. 17 by the State of California with the Governor's Historic Preservation Award.
The three prestigious awards are just the latest accolades for The Presidio Landmark, which has earned multiple honors this year, including:
State of California, Goveror's Historic Preservation Award
MFE magazine, Adaptive Reuse, Preservation Design Award
NAHB, Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Awards, Adaptive Reuse
California Preservation Foundation Design Award
San Francisco Business Times, Real Estate Deals of the Year, Best Rehabilitation/Renovation
San Francisco American Institute of Architects Honor Award
Building Design & Construction Magazine, Reconstruction Award, Gold
California Landscape Contractors Association, First Place for Large Commercial Installation
"The Presidio Landmark is one of our premier properties, and we're honored to accept these awards on behalf of the hard-working associates who made this adaptive reuse community a reality and who work every day to provide exceptional service to our residents," said Kevin Ratner, president, Forest City Residential West, Inc. "In addition, we're also very proud of our Hamel Mill Lofts development in Haverhill, Mass., a finalist in the same category for the NAHB award. Both properties speak to Forest City's industry leadership in adaptive reuse and expertise in developing dynamic residential communities."
The Presidio Landmark is a six-story, 220,000-square-foot former public hospital building featuring 154 apartment homes. Certified LEED (Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design) Gold by the U.S. Green Building Council, the apartment community offers residents a unique combination of history, natural beauty and breathtaking views of the city, ocean and national park.