|Location||Northwest corner of 5th & F street, San Diego, California|
|Built by||Reid Brothers|
|Architect||George J. Keating|
|Architectural style||Romanesque Revival|
|Part of||Gaslamp Quarter Historic District (#80000841)|
|Designated CP||May 23, 1980|
The Keating Building, also known as The Keating Hotel, is now 35-room luxury boutique hotel in San Diego. Located in the center of the Gaslamp Quarter, the Keating is located near the San Diego Convention Center, Balboa Theater, and Petco Park.
It is a five-story Romanesque Revival-style building, built as an office building with then modern conveniences of steam heat and a wire cage elevator, in 1890. It was designed by George J. Keating and was completed by the Reid Brothers after Keating's death. The San Diego Savings Bank occupied the corner space in the building from 1893 to about 1912, and its old safe was still in the building in 1980.
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- "Historical Landmarks Designated by the San Diego Historical Resources Board" (PDF). San Diego Historical Resources Board. Retrieved July 29, 2019.
- Michael Stepner (November 5, 1978). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Gaslamp Quarter Historic District". National Park Service. Retrieved February 6, 2019. With accompanying photos (Keating Building is shown in photo #46)
- "The Keating Hotel". Website. The Keating Hotel. Retrieved October 13, 2014.
- "(HOT-102) "Keating Hotel"". Listings - Hotel Hell on Fox. the Futon Critic. Retrieved August 15, 2012.
- Media related to Keating Building, San Diego at Wikimedia Commons
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