Block 56 / 11 Innes Court
May 5, 2021
Bell Mews
May 4, 2021

Bernal Dwellings

Units: 160 BMR apartments

Location: 3138 Kamille Ct.

Partners: McCormack Baron Salazar (MBS)

Completion Date: 06/2022

General Contractor: NIBBI

In June 2022, SFHDC proudly witnessed the completion of the rehabilitation of Bernal Dwellings, a transformative project that solidifies our commitment to revitalizing and maintaining affordable housing in San Francisco. Bernal Dwellings, nestled at 3138 Kamille Ct., is a vibrant residential community comprising of 160 affordable units, all dedicated to providing a community-centered, functional, & affordable environment for its residents.

Project Overview: Bernal Dwellings is a remarkable example of effective collaboration and sustainable rehabilitation. The project, co-developed with McCormack Baron Salazar (MBS) and managed by John Stewart Company, began its journey with the closing of the rehab construction financing in December 2019. Designed by Saida & Sullivan and skillfully constructed by Nibbi, this development is a product of combined expertise and community-driven vision.

Community Impact: The completion of the Bernal Dwellings rehab was not just about refurbishing structures; it was about reinvigorating a community. As a 100% affordable Below Market Rate (BMR) rental complex, Bernal Dwellings plays a crucial role in offering stable, quality housing to low-income families. This project aligns with our broader goal of creating inclusive, empowered neighborhoods.

SFHDC’s Role in Resident Services: At SFHDC, we believe that housing is more than just buildings; it’s about the people who live in them. Our role extends beyond development, as we engage directly in providing comprehensive resident services. These services are tailored to meet the unique needs of the Bernal Dwellings community, providing food & backpack giveaways, community events & celebrations, financial and other case management services, health fairs, and more; ensuring not only housing stability, but also an environment where residents can achieve self-sufficiency.