Construction has started for 4200 Geary Boulevard, a seven-story affordable senior housing project rising in San Francisco’s Richmond District. The development is now looking toward completion in early 2025, with applications opening in the fourth quarter of next year. Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation is the project developer.
Construction is expected to start this April for the seven-story affordable senior housing proposal at 4200 Geary Boulevard in the Richmond District of San Francisco. The update has been announced by the project developer, the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation. Once complete, the project will offer 98 new homes for residents earning between 15-50% of the Area Median Income.
Development permits have been filed for a five-story affordable housing building at 1003 East 15th Street in Merritt, Oakland. The project, to be called Dr. Kenneth Anderson Senior Living, will build on the surface parking lot of Williams Chapel Baptist Church with 68 affordable homes and replacement parking for the church. Eden Housing is the project sponsor.
Today, Santa Clara’s Development Review Hearing is scheduled to review plans for Clara Gardens, a fully affordable residential complex at 3550 El Camino Real. The housing proposal will preserve an existing hotel and replace surface parking with a seven-story apartment building. Berkeley-based RCD Housing is responsible for the project as the property owner.
New renderings have been published, giving a more detailed view of the proposed future of 2550 Irving Street in San Francisco. The proposal will be a rare mid-rise residential addition to the Sunset District. The affordable housing non-profit, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation is responsible for the application.