New permits have been filed for Block 7 in HOPE SF’s Sunnydale master plan in Visitacion Valley, San Francisco. Block 7 will provide affordable housing aimed at family households. Mercy Housing is responsible for the project as the property owner.
Construction has finished for the 100% affordable residential complex at 290 Malosi Street, located within HOPE SF’s Sunnydale masterplan in San Francisco. The new block adds 167 new units along with a landscaped central courtyard, amenities, and community space to the Visitacion Valley neighborhood. Mercy Housing and The Related Companies are the project developer.
Demolition permits have been filed for twelve buildings along Sunnydale Avenue as part of Blocks One through Four in the Sunnydale HOPE SF redevelopment plan. The Sunnydale community was originally built during World War Two but has since become one of San Francisco’s most acutely neglected public housing neighborhoods. Mercy Housing and Related California are jointly responsible for the redevelopment that will offer replacement housing on top of nearly 1,000 new apartments.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a community center at 1500 Sunnydale Avenue in Sunnydale, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the construction of a double-story building offering recreational and childcare services. San Francisco Planning Commission conducted the design review last year, and now the project moves ahead. The city’s Park Department is developing the project in concert with Mercy Housing and Related California. Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects is managing the design concepts and construction.
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.