Located at 448 West Market between Columbia and State Streets in Downtown San Diegos Marina District, The Olde Cracker Factory was built in 1913. This historic landmark is being restored into 11 live/work lofts, including four penthouse units, office, and ground floor retail space. Construction is under way and is to be completed by spring of 2008. This fashionable development will offer modern amenities and security as well as preserving the historic experience and atmosphere of early downtown San Diego. The building is both architecturally and historically significant. The Olde Cracker Factory was home to Bishop and Company Cracker and Candy Factory from 1913-1931 and the Nabisco Biscuit Company until 1941. The property has housed an antique emporium for the last four decades and has been remodeled only once in its 93 year history.
The Marina District is one of the older and more established Downtown San Diego Districts and developments are few and far between. The Olde Cracker Factory will provide unique living, office and retail space to the Marina District offering diversity and enriching historical atmosphere.
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