I'm writing a story that takes place in the future, sometime around the 2200s, give or take a few decades. The main characters live in San Francisco, in a repair shop that's been built right on top of an existing house. I've already taken a bunch of photo references and even made schematics of the to-be-made structure on top.
The address is very important to the story; being heavily dependent on the part of SF it's located in, the proximity to the fire station, and the name of the shop sharing the street's. The protagonists' guardians live in the house below the shop, as well. And given the fact that the shop is on top of the building, I can't use a different one.
I could relocate the house, as the type of house I'm using is a city standard "cookie-cutter" type of building, found all over the area, or I could just rename the street, but I'd prefer not to.
Are there any problems I'd run into by using the real-life address if the building is still standing?