The City has submitted a General Plan Referral for the affordable housing development of 249 Pennsylvania Avenue in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. The application comes after the city secured predevelopment and acquisition financing last year. The proposal is a joint venture by the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation and the Young Community Developers.
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New renderings have been revealed for the proposed affordable senior housing project at 2675 Folsom Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The application shows the development will create 237 units and supportive services. ABS Partners Real Estate is the property owner.
Updated plans have surfaced for a 15-story affordable housing tower to rise at 758 and 772 Pacific Avenue in San Francisco’s Chinatown. The city purchased the property in 2017 after a campaign by the late Rose Pak, an influential political activist for the neighborhood. While initial plans considered building between 50 and 80 units on the lot, this recent application has proposed constructing 175 apartments and a new banquet hall.
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.
The developers behind a proposed senior affordable housing project along the Great Highway are holding a public meeting tonight at the South Sunset Community Center. The event will be held tonight, November 8th, between 6-8PM at 2601 40th Avenue in San Francisco. Speaking with YIMBY, a representative for the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation shared that the proposal is “very early in the development process,” with more community meeting opportunities expected to occur early next year. TNDC and Self-Help for the Elderly are jointly responsible for the plan.