Hotaling Annex East
445 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA
Two story Italianate cast iron facade building built in 1866
The Hotaling Annex East was originally a stable for a hotel. Mr. Hotaling purchased both the East and West Annexes to warehouse his whiskey. He and the whiskey business still prospered in 1906, and his buildings survived the Earthquake and Fire.
San Francisco Designated Landmark No.13
- April 10, 2019: Added by Richard Doody