New building permits have been filed to renovate 1000 Sutter Street into permanent supportive housing for unhoused residents in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood. The project aims to contribute 232 new dwelling units to address the housing crisis through the state’s Project Homekey fund.
1000 Sutter Street
Permits applied to the SF Planning Department indicate that the City of San Francisco’s SF Homekey program intends to acquire 1000 Sutter Street. This would give the city a ten story hotel bordering the Nob Hill neighborhood in San Francisco. The structure is between Hyde Street and Larkin Street. It’s in a dense and desirable area in walking distance to the Polk Gulch and Tenderloin neighborhoods, and not far from Chinatown.