Mercy Housing has filed for permits to construct affordable residential units on a 7.76 acres property on 4995 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento. The project proposal consists of 200 residential units. If the tickets are approved, Mercy Housing could break ground in eighteen months. The plans show that the proposed project will have 21 residential buildings, a four-story building with commercial and office space on the ground floor, seven three-story buildings with twelve units, and thirteen triplex buildings.
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.
Permits have been filed for a large multifamily project at 242 Hahn Street in Sunnydale, San Francisco. Plans for the site call for a 167-unit multifamily structure as part of the Sunnydale HOPE SF project, for the projected cost of $80 million. 242 Hahn will contribute to the 1,770 new apartments expected for the sprawling mid-density development.
A planned new hub is under review for a corner of John McLaren Park at Sunnydale, by the southern edge of San Francisco. Recent plans were put in front of the civic design review committee for the community center adjoining a residential development, the Herz Recreation Center Project. It is a nearly twelve thousand square foot destination for exercise, meetings, and various events. The city’s Park Department is developing the project in concert with Mercy Housing and Related California.
Construction has topped out for the five-story affordable housing project at 3001 24th Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. The project will provide 45 new units for senior citizens in a retail and transit-rich thoroughfare. Mission Neighborhood Centers and Mercy Housing are responsible for the development, after purchasing it from Pepsico nearly twenty-five years ago.