Historic San Francisco hotel on famous hilltop flops into loan default

SAN FRANCISCO — One of San Francisco’s historic hotels, nestled atop a famous hill, has tumbled into a loan default that means the property faces foreclosure on its delinquent financing, public documents show.

Huntington Hotel, a nearly century-old lodging tower perched on San Francisco’s luxurious Nob Hill, is in default on its mortgage, documents filed on Aug. 16 with the San Francisco County Recorder’s Office show.

The loan in default totals $56.2 million and was provided by Deutsche Bank New York Branch, which is seeking to foreclose on the delinquent loan, according to the San Francisco property records.

The financial woes and the mortgage delinquency that have engulfed the Huntington

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