SF Public Housing

The San Francisco Housing Authority is the first in the country to utilize the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program to renovate all its properties. The program is being administered by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development. In addition to housing improvements, social services located at the residences will be available to address urgent needs and help people remain successfully in housing. The buildings have been acquired mostly by nonprofit housing developers, who will operate them for low and very low income seniors, individuals and families. All current residents will remain or be returned to their buildings.

  • Program:

    SF Mayor's Office of Housing & Community Development

  • Location:

    San Francisco, CA

  • Completion:

    2017 - 2019

Read about the RAD program in Politico Magazine

 

PHASE 1 – COMPLETION 2017/2018

 

 

Holly Courts
(first public housing in San Francisco)
Owner: BRIDGE Housing Ventures and Bernal Heights Housing Corp
Units: 118
Construction Cost: $19,200,000

 

 

227 Bay Street
Owner: Chinatown Community Development Center
Units: 50
Construction Cost: $8,060,000

 

 

491 31st Avenue
Owner: The John Stewart Company
Units: 75
Construction Cost: $7,100,000

 

 

990 Pacific Avenue
Gelfand Partners Architects with MEI Architects
Owner: Chinatown Community Development Center
Units: 92
Construction Cost: $27,982,000

 

 

Robert B. Pitts Apartments
Owner: Related Companies California
Units: 203
Construction Cost: $33,235,000

 

 

Sala Burton Manor (430 Turk Street)
Owner: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
Units: 89
Construction Cost: $12,899,000

 

 

PHASE 2 – COMPLETION 2018/2019

 

 

Ping Yuen Apartments
Owner: Chinatown Community Development Center
Gelfand Partners Architects with MEI Architects
Units: 240
Construction Cost: $57,092,000

 

 

Ping Yuen North Apartments
Owner: Chinatown Community Development Center
Units: 200
Construction Cost: $48,330,000

 

 

1760 Bush Street
Owner: The John Stewart Company
Units: 108
Construction Cost: $14,136,000

 

 

Alemany Apartments
Owner: BRIDGE Housing Ventures and Bernal Heights Housing Corp
Units: 158
Construction Cost: $54,539,000

 

 

Clementina Towers
Owner: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
Units: 276
Construction Cost: $39,587,000

 

 

TOTAL PHASES 1 & 2
Units: 982