Wednesday was busy for San Francisco’s senior housing non-profit Self-Help for the Elderly. In the evening, SHE had scheduled their first community outreach regarding over two hundred affordable senior homes proposed along Ocean Beach in the Sunset. During the day, Mayor London Breed announced the acquisition of 933 Clement Street in the Richmond District for SHE to convert into affordable senior housing and a community dining space.
Mayor London Breed
Construction has started ahead of schedule for the eight-story affordable housing building in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. The new project is designed by the internationally renowned Office for Metropolitan Architecture, known as OMA, with 160 permanently affordable apartments, retail, neighborhood-serving community space, and a childcare facility at 730 Stanyan Street.
The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation and the Mission Economic Development Agency have officially opened the new nine-story affordable housing project at 681 Florida Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The project, dubbed Casa Adelante, will bring new low-income housing, including units for formerly unhoused people.
Construction officially started yesterday afternoon for the eight-story affordable housing project at 240 Van Ness Avenue in the Civic Center, San Francisco. The event, attended by Mayor London Breed, highlighted the project’s disability-forward approach for residents of the future 112 units. The project is co-developed by The Kelsey and Mercy Housing.
Work has officially started for the renovations of the Mission Branch Library at 300 Bartlett Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. Crews will start modernizing the over-century-old public space with improved accessibility and increased floor area. Completion is expected by January 2025.