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Exterior of First Republic Bank in the Presidio of San Francisco. Photo by Charity Vargas.

First Republic Bank

Talk to a banker or just stop by for the ATM at this full-service bank.


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ATM, Accessible Parking, Muni Bus-accessible, Shuttle-accessible

First Republic Bank opened its Presidio branch in 2001 and has been making customers happy ever since.

At this scenic bank branch, visitors love the personal touches they receive including freshly baked cookies. Located next door to the U.S. Post Office, the First Republic Bank Presidio branch is a convenient place to get your chores taken care of before exploring the rest of the Presidio’s offerings. It also has one of the only ATMs in the Presidio, making it a great place to stop for cash if you need it. 

Getting to First Republic Bank

558 Presidio Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94129

Google Map of the Presidio

By Public Transit

Muni Route: 43

Stop: Presidio Boulevard & Letterman Drive

By Presidio GO Shuttle

Route: Downtown

Stop: Letterman Drive


There is a small paid parking lot just outside the bank with a two-hour time limit.

Why We Love First Republic Bank

First Republic Bank is the only bank in the Presidio, and it has an ATM if you need cash while in the park. 

Accessibility at First Republic Bank

There is one parking spot for those with mobility limitations near the bank entrance.

Insider Tip 

The Yoda Fountain, a popular Presidio attraction, is just across the street from the bank at the Letterman Digital Arts Center. It’s literally a one-minute walk away – so take a peek at the Jedi Master.

ATM at First Republic Bank in the Presidio of San Francisco.Photo source:

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Representatives from the National Park Service, Parks Conservancy, and Presidio Trust standing in front of the Presidio Visitor Center