1800 Mission Street, San Francisco, California 94103
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The historic Armory building hold tours and has plenty of unique spaces to hold any sort of event.
"In January, 2007 Armory Studios, LLC announced that it had acquired the San Francisco National Guard Armory and Arsenal located at the corner of 14th and Mission Street.
This 200,000 square foot reproduction Moorish Castle was completed in 1914 and was used as a National Guard facility until 1976. It retains original period details including wainscoting, stone staircases, sweeping corridors, cavernous access to Mission Creek, and a gigantic drill court spanning almost an acre. It served as both a barricade and safety point for officers during rioting in San Francisco in 1934. Though for most of the past 40 years, it has sat vacant, it was used by George Lucas to film the first Star Wars movie.
The Armory was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 and has been out of official use since this time.
Armory Studios has leased the drill court portion of the Armory building to The Armory Events Center for the purpose creating a thriving community center for business, educational, sporting, religious, family, entertainment and other community uses and events."