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.
Episcopal Community Services
The City’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing and the Episcopal Community Services have submitted a request to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors for a $47.38 million permanent loan related to the conversion of Hotel Diva at 440 Geary Street into permanent supportive housing. The financing will pay off the construction loan from the San Francisco Housing Accelerator Fund (HAF). Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) with co-applicant Episcopal Community Services (ECS) as owner and service provider.
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 has topped out and scaffolding removed for 1064 Mission Street, a six-story permanent supportive housing project in SoMa, San Francisco. The building will soon open with 256 studio apartments for adults and seniors in the city. 1064 Mission is a joint venture with the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, Mercy Housing, and the Episcopal Community Services.
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.