HELPING SAN FRANCISCANS STAY SAN FRANCISCANS WITH AFFORDABLE HOUSING.

SFHDC has successfully developed affordable homes in the notoriously expensive San Francisco area since 1988. With nearly 800 completed homes and a total of 1,200 units in development, SFHDC has been life changing for people struggling to afford the increasing rent in their communities. We build affordable ownership and rental homes for low- and middle-income families and individuals, seniors, and those with physical and mental disabilities. Our goal is to create safe, affordable and attractive housing that transforms residents’ lives. Our housing development projects are also economic catalysts that help transform communities into thriving and self-sustaining neighborhoods throughout San Francisco.

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    DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

    • This 225-unit project was supported through HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration Program. The Human Services Agency provided funding for ongoing supportive services. The Mayor’s Office provides one-time funding for supportive services. The John Stewart Company provides property management.
    • SFHDC and its partners will acquire, refinance, and renovate the remaining public housing in the Bayview. This includes a total of 440 units across two phases: Hunters Point East/West and Westbrook Apartments. The team was awarded exclusive negotiation rights for the project. Renovations began in October 2015. SFHDC will also […]
    • Through a competitive process, the SF Mayor’s Office of Housing awarded the development of Parcel “O” in Hayes Valley to SFHDC. Designed by Leddy Maytum Stacey Architects and Paulett Taggart, initial plans for the project yield 108 low-income family rental units, with a 20% set aside for formerly homeless households. […]
    • Ocean Beach Apartments consists of 85 low-income rental housing units that SFHDC purchased and rehabilitated in partnership with AF Evans Company. This rehabilitation gave 85 families affordable apartments in the Sunset District neighborhood. This project was a Joint Venture between SFHDC and AF Evans with financing by San Francisco Redevelopment […]
    • This project brought 10 single-family detached homes to first-time home buyers in the Bayview. Buyers are earning between 80% – 90% AMI. The Keith Street project was Financed through San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, Wells Fargo Bank, Low Income Housing Fund, and Cal-Fed Bank.
    • Hunters Point East/West (RAD)
      This 213-unit project was supported through HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program.  The Human Services Agency of San Francisco provides funding for ongoing supportive services.  The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development provided one-time funding for supportive services. The John Stewart Company provides property management.
    • Geraldine Johnson Manor consists of 54 rental units of low-income senior housing, financed through HUD’s Section 202 Program for the elderly. Low-income seniors are given an opportunity to rent affordable apartments at this 54 unit building in Bayview Hunters Point. As a joint Venture with Bridge Housing Development Corporation, financing […]
    • Garnett Terrace Townhomes includes 28 single-family affordable townhouses in Bayview Hunters Point.  This development was selected as a finalist in the Fannie Mae Foundation’s Maxwell Award of Excellence Program. This project was financed by San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, Bank of America, and Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC). SFHDC served as […]
    • Fillmore Marketplace consists of 120 units of low-income family rental housing in the Western Addition. Residents are renters earning between 40% – 60% AMI. This project was financed by Citibank, San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, Wells Fargo Bank, Mayor’s Office of Housing, and Low Income Housing Tax Credits. The Filmore Marketplace […]