Neighborhood activists incorporate TNDC.
Owns 8 Buildings with 489 units and employs 75 people.
Starts Tenderloin After School Program (TASP).
Sponsors first Celebrity Pool Toss to benefit TASP.
Acquires Antonia Manor, Maria Manor, and Alexander Residence in December, growing to 1450 units and 148 staff.
Opens SOMA Studios & Apartments, first new construction project, followed two years later by opening of Curan House, second new construction project serving families.
Launches Community Organizing Department.
Registers 300 new voters in the Tenderloin and two years later organizes the neighborhood’s “Yes We Count” Census campaign.
Hosts first Annual Neighborhood Block Party at Boeddeker Park.
Acquires Citizen Housing Corporation’s San Francisco affordable housing portfolio, including six buildings and three developable sites.
Launches Food Justice program with transformation of a vacant lot into a vibrant community garden. Three other gardens follow within 2 years.
Opens Kelly Cullen Community, 172 units for chronically homeless individuals, partnering with on-site Department of Public Health managed health and wellness clinic.
This building is named after Brother Kelly, who had a profound influence on TNDC.
TNDC publishes strategic plan to better support organization’s growth.
TNDC’s Eddy & Taylor project receives $15M in funding.
Represents largest development grant ever for affordable housing from the State.