Because of the ever-increasing housing crisis in San Francisco, SFHDC is working to provide stable, safe and affordable housing options for families in need. SFHDC is proud of our diverse portfolio of housing development projects, including nearly 1,200 affordable and below market rate homes for purchase or rent. These housing opportunities have benefited hundreds of very low-, low- and middle-income families, allowing them to remain in San Francisco and their community.
455 Fell Street
455 Fell Street, built in partnership with Mercy Housing California on Octavia Blvd Parcel includes 108 affordable rental apartments for families, including a set-aside for formerly homeless households. The project, completed in 2020 and designed by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects and Paulett Taggart Architects, features a community garden, a rooftop open space, community spaces and a ground-floor grocery.
Alice Griffith Phase 3
Alice Griffith, Phase 3, is part of the HOPE SF public housing transformation at Alice Griffith (aka Double Rock), and includes 122 units of affordable family rental housing. Developed in partnership with McCormack Baron Salazar, the project is a companion to the Candlestick Point redevelopment plan.
Alice Griffith, Phase 1
Alice Griffith, Phase 1, is part of the HOPE SF public housing transformation project. Developed in partnership with McCormack Baron Salazer, this phase provides 93 units of affordable multi-family rental housing to low- and very low-income households.