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HPS Citizens Advisory Committee, San Francisco Housing Development Corporation, and the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII) Celebrated Affordable Housing Milestones with an Affordable Housing Celebration & Holiday Party!

The Hunters Point Shipyard Citizens Advisory Committee, in partnership with San Francisco Housing Development Corporation (SFHDC) and the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII), celebrated two significant affordable housing developments in the Hunters Point Shipyard neighborhood last week. 

The celebration focused on two important affordable housing projects that have commenced construction this year at the Hunters Point Shipyard: the first includes portions of Blocks 52 and 54, which are being developed into 112 units of affordable family rental housing by Jonathan Rose Companies and Bayview Hunters Point Multipurpose Senior Services (Bayview Senior Services). The second project, which involves a portion of Block 56, is being co-developed by Mercy Housing California and San Francisco Housing Development Corporation (SFHDC) to provide 72 affordable rental apartments. 

These developments are a reflection of our joint commitment to providing affordable housing solutions in San Francisco, and fostering a more inclusive and sustainable city.

Project Details: 

  • Hunters Point Shipyard Block 56 (11 Innes Court): 

A collaborative venture between Mercy Housing and SFHDC.

Featuring 72 apartments, including a family day care unit and a manager’s unit. 

Designed for households earning 35%-50% of the Area Median Income (AMI). 

Ample community space with indoor facilities and a courtyard, 46 car parking spaces, 10 motorcycle spaces, and 73 secured bike spaces. 

 

  • Hunters Point Shipyard Blocks 52/54 (151 & 351 Friedell Street): 

○ Developed by Jonathan Rose Companies and BHPMSS.

Offering 112 units spread over two buildings, each with a family day care unit and a manager’s unit.

Targeted at households making 30%-50% AMI.

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