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Timing and Cost of Affordable Family Housing to Rise in Mission Bay

Timing and Cost of Affordable Family Housing to Rise in Mission Bay

As we first reported earlier this year: As designed by Paulett Taggart Architects and Studio Vara for Mercy Housing, the proposed development to rise up to 74 feet in height, not including its parapets, on the western half of Mission Bay South Block 6, along Merrimac Street, between China... Read More »

The Distribution of Affordable Housing in San Francisco

The Distribution of Affordable Housing in San Francisco

Intended as a foundational element to help guide a new Housing Affordability Strategy (HAS), polices and plans for the city, the first edition of a new Housing Needs and Trends Report (HNTR) will be released to the public on July 12. A couple of key findings and statistics from... Read More »

Record Pipeline of Residential Development in San Francisco Grows

Record Pipeline of Residential Development in San Francisco Grows

With the number of newly proposed units of housing to be built in San Francisco having outpaced the number of units that finished up construction, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco increased by 2,600 in the first quarter of 2018 to a record... Read More »

RFP to Redevelop SF’s Temporary Terminal Site about to Be Issued

RFP to Redevelop SF’s Temporary Terminal Site about to Be Issued

A request for proposals to build around 240 units of affordable housing on the southern third of San Francisco’s Temporary Transbay Terminal Site, at 200 Folsom Street, between Beale and Main, is about to be issued by San Francisco’s Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure. As roughly massed below,... Read More »

Mission District Development Finally Positioning to Break Ground

Mission District Development Finally Positioning to Break Ground

It was back in 2015 that San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors approved the City’s $18.5 million purchase of the corner parcel at 490 South Van Ness Avenue and 16th Street in the Mission, a site which was approved for the development of a seven-story, 72-unit building and which the... 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 »

Major Excelsior District Development Newly Detailed and Phased

Major Excelsior District Development Newly Detailed and Phased

Having been expanded to include the Safeway parcel and parking lot at 4950 Mission Street, in addition to the Valente Marini Perata Funeral home parcel at 4840 Mission, the proposed development to rise up to seven stories in height across the Excelsior District site would now yield a total... Read More »

Initiative to Establish a Community Housing Program (and Tax) in SF

Initiative to Establish a Community Housing Program (and Tax) in SF

The paperwork for a proposed ballot measure to establish a new “Community Housing Program” and parcel tax in San Francisco has just been filed with the Department of Elections. If qualified for a future election and approved by voters, the “SF Community Housing Act of 2018” would require the... Read More »

The Plans for 48 BMR Condos to Rise above This Derelict Building

The Plans for 48 BMR Condos to Rise above This Derelict Building

The formal plans to add six stories and 48 below market rate (BMR) condos atop the dilapidated two-story commercial building on the southeast corner of Mission and 18th Streets have been drafted by Gelfand Partners Architects for the Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) which managed to acquire the Mission... Read More »

Affordable Housing for Families to Rise in Mission Bay

Affordable Housing for Families to Rise in Mission Bay

As designed by Paulett Taggart Architects and Studio Vara for Mercy Housing, the proposed development to rise up to 74 feet in height, not including its parapets, on the western half of Mission Bay South Block 6, along Merrimac Street, between China Basin and Mission Bay Boulevard North, will... Read More »