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Ground for 157 Affordable Apartments Will Be Broken Next Week

Ground for 157 Affordable Apartments Will Be Broken Next Week

With financing having been secured and San Francisco’s first Navigation Center, which had temporarily occupied the former Phoenix Continuation High School site, having been shuttered/moved, the ground for 157 below market rate (BMR) rental units to rise at 1950 Mission Street will officially be broken this coming Monday, March... Read More »

The Latest Timing and Budget for 157 Affordable Apartments to Rise

The Latest Timing and Budget for 157 Affordable Apartments to Rise

The financing to build 157 below market rate (BMR) rental units upon the former Phoenix Continuation High School site turned Mission District Navigation Center at 1950 Mission Street is now expected to close sometime between mid-November and December 15. The ground is expected to be broken within 10 days of... Read More »

New Timing for Navigation Centers and Their Redevelopment

New Timing for Navigation Centers and Their Redevelopment

Originally slated to be shuttered in the second quarter of the year, which “would leave the community with a vacant, inactive, and unsecured lot that would become a blight to the community” prior to the redevelopment of the site breaking ground, the proposed closing date for the Mission District... Read More »

Navigation Center Site Development Permitted to Break Ground

Navigation Center Site Development Permitted to Break Ground

The 30-day window within which the building permit for the development of 157 below market rate apartments to rise up to nine stories in height at 1950 Mission Street, upon the former Phoenix Continuation High School site turned Navigation Center in the Mission, could have been appealed has expired... Read More »

Development to Rise on Navigation Center Site Even Closer to Reality

Development to Rise on Navigation Center Site Even Closer to Reality

The proposed development of 157 below market rate apartments to rise up to nine stories in height at 1950 Mission Street, upon the former Phoenix Continuation High School site turned Navigation Center in the Mission, has been formally granted a streamlined environmental review. As such, the development could theoretically... Read More »

Redevelopment of Mission District Navigation Center Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of Mission District Navigation Center Closer to Reality

The formal application to level the former Phoenix Continuation High School site turned Navigation Center at 1950 Mission Street will be filed with the City this afternoon. And as proposed by Mission Housing Development Corporation and BRIDGE Housing, 157 below market rate (BMR) apartments will soon rise up to... Read More »

Mission District Site For 165 Affordable Units Awarded To Developers

Mission District Site For 165 Affordable Units Awarded To Developers

The development rights for the former Phoenix Continuation High School site at 1950 Mission Street, a half-block from the contentious 330-unit building proposed to rise at Mission and 16th, have been awarded to Mission Housing Development Corporation and BRIDGE Housing.  The team plans to build 165 apartments for low-income... Read More »

More Inner Mission Infill and One Less Curb Cut as Proposed

More Inner Mission Infill and One Less Curb Cut as Proposed

Adding to a growing list of infill projects around 15th Street in the Mission, plans to raze the N&S Auto Body Shop at 1924 Mission Street are working their way through Planning. As proposed, a seven-story building with 13 apartments over a 2,500-square-foot retail space fronting Mission will rise... Read More »

Long-Abandoned Mission Street Site Slated For Major Development

Long-Abandoned Mission Street Site Slated For Major Development

A transfer of the long-abandoned Phoenix Continuation High School site at 1950 Mission Street, between 15th and 16th Streets, from the San Francisco Unified School District to the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development is likely to be approved next week. Upon the nearly one-acre Mission District parcel,... Read More »

A Grand Jury’s Call To Optimize San Francisco’s City-Owned Real Estate

A Grand Jury’s Call To Optimize San Francisco’s City-Owned Real Estate

The City and County of San Francisco owns 6,000 acres, or 20 percent of the land, within its County limits and another 92,000 acres beyond. Concerned that surplus and underutilized real estate owned by San Francisco’s City and County agencies could be put to better use (“providing for housing... Read More »