PE&G inks deal for San Francisco Film Centre space

November 13, 2014 – PE&G today signed a five-year lease for space at the San Francisco Film Centre, set to begin on Jan. 1st of next year.  The Film Centre is located in the iconic Presidio of San Francisco, once the oldest continuously operated military post in the nation.  It is now part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and National Park Service, and serves as home to many creative, financial and other professionals.  Built in 1938, the Centre’s building (39 Mesa Street) once served as headquarters for the 6th Army.  In 1999, members of the San Francisco Film Society (including the legendary George Gund, Jr.) spearheaded a historic renovation of the building.  The firm’s new space, which has room for growth, originally housed the production company of renowned comic and Academy Award-winning actor Robin Williams.