Historic Wonder Bread Building

171 14th Street

Property Type


Square Feet




The Wonder Bread Building is a historic landmark property that was constructed in multiple phases and is made up of the elements brick, steel, wood, and concrete. The building was renovated and seismic retrofitted in 2008 and is fully sprinklered. It is located in the East Village, the largest urban neighborhood in Downtown San Diego, with a population of roughly 38,000 and growing. The building’s neighborhood borders east of the Gaslamp Quarters, which houses approximately 600 businesses, including hotels, restaurants, bars, offices, and various retail operations, and is the home of the Padres Petco Park and the Central Library.

Directly across the street from the Wonder Bread Building, the San Diego Padres and Tishman Speyer have teamed up on the proposed East Village Quarter project, a $1.5 billion mixed-use development planned for Tailgate Park, bounded by Park Blvd & Imperial Ave and K St & 14th St. The East Village Quarter project plans to include residential units, office, retail, public open space, and a parking structure. The Wonder Bread Building is also only blocks from a major transit center and multiple freeways. 

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