Concrete has passed the halfway point for the new affordable housing complex rising at 600 7th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project, named 7th and Brannan, is among the biggest active sites in the city, with over 221 units to be opened once complete. Mercy Housing is the project developer.
600 7th Street
Construction has started for the new eight-story affordable housing project by Mercy Housing at 600 7th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The development, named 7th and Brannan, will add 221 new apartments near the Caltrain San Francisco Station railyard and T Third Street lightrail extension connecting SoMa to Union Square and Chinatown. Over half of the apartments will be designated for formerly homeless adults and families.
Construction work has officially started for 600 7th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project, named 7th and Brannan, has replaced a former surface parking lot and will open the eight-story affordable housing complex with units for formerly homeless adults and families by 2024. Mercy Housing is the project developer.
Construction is expected to start by mid-July of this year on the eight-story affordable housing project at 600 7th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The expanded plans now produce 221 new affordable homes, over half of which will be for formerly homeless adults and families. Mercy Housing is responsible for the development as the property owner.
New building permits have been filed to construct an eight-story residential building at 600 7th Street, an undeveloped lot near SoMa’s Design District. The project is being developed by Mercy Housing California, with plans for all 208 units to be 100% affordable supportive housing.