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Construction Soon for 4200 Geary Boulevard in Richmond District, San Francisco

4200 Geary Boulevard, rendering courtesy TNDC4200 Geary Boulevard, rendering courtesy TNDC

Construction is expected to start this April for the seven-story affordable senior housing proposal at 4200 Geary Boulevard in the Richmond District of San Francisco. The update has been announced by the project developer, the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation. Once complete, the project will offer 98 new homes for residents earning between 15-50% of the Area Median Income.

4200 Geary Boulevard rear yard, rendering courtesy TNDC

4200 Geary Boulevard rear yard, rendering courtesy TNDC

TNDC announced the update with an email to the community. Within the announcement email, the development team expressed that “it has been a long effort since 2020, and we appreciate all of your feedback, critique, and support along the way.” The initial planning application was assisted by Executive Directive 13-01, titled Housing Production and Preservation of Rental Stock, signed by the Office of Mayor Ed Lee in 2013. Senate Bill 35 helped expedite ministerial approval.

The 86-foot development will yield 79,650 square feet, of which 48,560 square feet are divided between 41 studios and 57 one-bedroom units, 98 in total. The ground-level commercial space is to be rented. 16 parking spaces are included. The building amenities include a ground-level courtyard with landscaping and seating. Two separate terraces will also provide open-air skyline views from the seventh floor.

4200 Geary Boulevard facade view, rendering courtesy TNDC

4200 Geary Boulevard facade view, rendering courtesy TNDC

Y.A. Studio is responsible for the design. The project is an articulated rectangular form broken apart with graceful setbacks and bay window-like features. The fiber cement panel exterior will be improved with composite paneling and ceramic tile decoration. Board form concrete will be included along the base.

The Nibbi Brothers will be working as the project’s general contractor. Waypoint Consulting will be the construction manager, and California Housing Partnership is the team’s financial consultant. Funding has come from the HCD California Housing Accelerator Program, MOHCD, Multifamily Housing Program, and the FHLB-AHP program.

4200 Geary Boulevard, image courtesy Google Street View

4200 Geary Boulevard, image courtesy Google Street View

The property is located along Geary Boulevard between 6th and 7th Avenue. Demolition will be required for the existing two-story mortuary. Future residents will find themselves near Little Russia and between the Presidio and Golden Gate Park.

Construction of a building of this scale is likely to last 24-36 months from groundbreaking, putting completion in 2025-2026. Applications for housing will be available around six months before the building opens. Applications will be posted on the DAHLIA website here.

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2 Comments on "Construction Soon for 4200 Geary Boulevard in Richmond District, San Francisco"

  1. Wonderful project that will add much-needed affordable housing to San Francisco. Unbelievable that approval alone took 10 years, dating from the Lee Administration! SF’s development entitlement process needs major overhaul.

    • I don’t think it’s correct that approval took 10 years, I think that is a mis-reading of the article. It just says the application was helped by legislation that was passed 10 years ago. Elsewhere in the article, the developer says ‘it has been a long effort since 2020’, so probably less than 3 years.

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