The Wilson San Francisco
The Wilson Building, a former office building with ground floor retail, was rehabilitated by Raintree Partners. Built in 1900 and designed by Willis Polk, the Wilson Building is one of the few buildings to survive the Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake. The building is located in the city’s Market Street Theatre and Loft National Register Historic District, and it is distinguished by its exuberant terra cotta façade and broad, oversized windows. The $22 million renovation created 67 loft-style, market rate apartments and updated the ground floor retail spaces.
- Federal Historic Tax Credits
- California Mills Act Property Tax Abatement Program