The Fillmore Heritage Center, located at 1300-1330 Fillmore Street, is an urban in-fill, mixed-use development project in the heart of San Francisco’s Fillmore Jazz Preservation District.

Known as “the Harlem of the West” in the 1940s and 1950s, the district formerly consisted of only nightclubs and eateries. Today, the Fillmore Heritage Center is a major part of the area’s redevelopment. In addition to a state-of-the-art music venue, the district is now home to an array of breathtaking homes as well as a restaurant and jazz-history center.

The project is a 13-story mid-rise building that includes 80 residential condominium units with private parking spaces. Plus, the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency offers a below-grade 112 public parking garage.

The Fillmore Heritage Center boasts an approximately 40,000-square-foot commercial space, currently occupied by the 1300 On Fillmore, a restaurant and lounge, the Jazz Heritage Center, a non-profit art gallery and screening room, and Yoshi's San Francisco Jazz Club and Japanese restaurant. Yoshi’s is a main attraction that continues to help return the finest of local, national and international jazz to San Francisco’s Fillmore District.

When it came time to close such a significant development, the Fillmore Development Association wanted industry experts to handle the process. Stewart Title was the company of choice.

Owner:

Fillmore Development Associates, LLC

Developer:

Em Johnson Interests, Inc.

Architect:

Devrouax & Purnell and LDA Architects

Builder:

Webcor Builders

Financing:

National Electrical Benefit Fund (NEBF),

Mugar Enterprises,

San Francisco Redevelopment Agency &

Mayor's Office of Community Development

Title Insurance:

Stewart Title

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