San Francisco’s Presidio, the former military base that is now component of the U.S. National Park Service, last week hosted a dedication ceremony for the upcoming reopening of its historic Officers’ Club, following a 3-year, $ 30 million renovation added hundreds of exhibits as well as a restaurant to the city’s oldest developing.
Home Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and former U.S. Secretary of State George Schultz, each of whom have been advocates for transforming the Presidio into a park that contains residences, businesses, accommodations and hiking trails, have been amongst those who spoke to an audience of about 200 individuals on Tuesday and helped inaugurate the re-opening, which opens to the public Oct. 4.
The developing, which is operated by the Presidio Trust and consists of an adobe wall that was component of the original 1776 structure, was expanded to about 36,000 square feet.
The club involves multimedia exhibits on the site’s American Indian, Spanish, Mexican and U.S. history as nicely as a children’s art location and a third-story lounge with views of the San Francisco Bay.
The constructing will be open to the public each day except Monday. Admission will be totally free.