North Beach Malt House

445 Francisco St., San Francisco, CA 94113

Building Details

The North Beach Malt House is a historical landmark building located on the north side of North Beach and near Fisherman’s Wharf. The building was first built as a malting factory and brewery and operated as such for around 40 years. However, in 1906, a San Francisco earthquake nearly destroyed the building. At the time, The Malt House was owned by George W. Bauer, of Bauer & Schweitzer, who later rebuilt the building using concrete and steel girders. Bauer & Schweitzer continued to supply malt to Bay Area breweries (including Anchor Brewing Company) into the 1960s. Still today, you can see the two-story grain silos as part of the courtyard in the center of the complex.

Years later in 2001, North Beach Malthouse opened its doors as a residential condo building. Each of the 88 units ranges from 900 to 1,600 square feet in both single-level and loft styles.

  • Courtyard Designed by Cliff Lowe
  • Historic Landmark Building

Nearby Neighborhood

North Beach Malt House is conveniently located within walking distance of Safeway, Trader Joe’s, Fisherman’s Wharf, Cable Car, all of the shops and restaurants in North Beach, and the Embarcadero.


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