These nine places have something in common.
1. All in San Francisco
2. All approximate 100 years old
3. All were parking garages
4. All have distinct architectural styles of 100+ years ago (at least three styles my amateur eyes can ID)
4. All were still standing and in daily use as of 2015.
The addresses are there
-- but I didnt look for what happened to them since 2015. Where/architect of each building is is below
. UPDATE: 1 is gone - replaced by housing, 2 are vacant/dilapidated, 6 are still going strong as of 2022
Gotta figure the Bay Area real estate economics (and/or local zoning-permitting laws) made it economical to reuse vs
. tear down/rebuild in these areas.
You can veg out on interesting commentary at the link.
source: Early San Francisco Parking Garages