Frankish Building
(Ontario, CA)

The Frankish Building was built in 1916 by designer Charles Frankish. The Renaissance Revival style building is on the National Register of Historic Places and stands as a reminder of the influence that Frankish had on the growth and success of the Ontario community. The Frankish Building was designated as a “Teaching with Historic Places lesson plan in California” – a unique honor.


  • Historic Wood Work Restoration
    Structural Upgrades
    Restoration Painting

Design Team

Owner: Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino
Original Architect: George Chaffey
Historic Architect: Bonney Architects
General Contractor:Jones Building Company

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