TNDC ‘s 35th Anniversary: Celebrating a San Francisco for Everyone

As part of our 35th year observation, TNDC is diving into our archives and compiling our history to date! You can read our magazine-style document online at: A pioneer in the supportive housing movement, TNDC evolved out of the vision of “The Five Musketeers,” who helped launch the organization with the acquisition of one…

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New Senior Housing Named for Longtime San Francisco Supervisor

TNDC is a Tenderloin-based community organization with a citywide scope. Our offices and the bulk of our properties and programs are situated in the Tenderloin, which serves as the primary focus of our community development work and the base of our advocacy and organizing efforts. We also operate in five other neighborhoods, where our housing development…

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Resident Profile: Connie Moy

Connecting her neighbors for good. TNDC resident Connie Moy originally came to San Francisco from China after World War II. Now, six decades later, she has been living in TNDC’s senior building Maria Manor for 20 years. Connie says many middle-aged American men went to China to meet and marry young Chinese women. One of…

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TNDC: A History – Building Homes and Community Since 1981

Over the past several months, we dug through tattered, aging black-and-white photographs, and interviewed the Boarters, and others dating back nearly four decades to bring you this overview of Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation’s dynamic history. We are thrilled to share and celebrate TNDC’s 35 years of impact—and growth—as we mark our trajectory from the past…

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Watch the Video: TNDC Fostering Community

Learn how TNDC is fostering community in our buildings and in our city.

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Developments: TNDC Spring Newsletter

Check out the latest news from TNDC and the Tenderloin Community in our Developments Newsletter.   Dear TNDC Supporters, This year, TNDC turns 35 years old! Expect to hear more soon about our historic milestone. San Francisco’s 21st century real estate gold rush has deepened the city’s affordable housing crisis. Affordable housing is at the…

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“Growing Together” Mural Design Presentation on April 17, 2016 at 2pm

Mural Design Presentation this Sunday, April 17, 2016: In early March, we held a community meeting in partnership with Precita Eyes Muralists to discuss a new mural overlooking the TNDC Tenderloin People's Garden. Precita Eyes Muralists and we are excited to announce the finalization of the design for the mural, which is titled "Growing Together." We…

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Using Data To Inform Energy And Water Retrofits: Q&A with Tabitha Harrison at Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC)

Written on March 7, 2016 by Caroline McCormack at the California Housing Partnership Corporation Tenderloin Neighborhood Hood Development Corporation (TNDC) is a nonprofit affordable housing and services provider in San Francisco that owns and operates over *2,500 units of housing at **33 propertes. In recent years, TNDC staff members have ramped up energy and water usage…

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Community Mural Design Workshop In Collaboration With Precita Eyes

Interested in voicing your ideas for a new mural to be painted on Soluna Cafe and Lounge's west-facing building wall? Please join us as we partner with Precita Eyes Muralists Association and Center for a community mural design workshop on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at 2 - 5 p.m. at the University of California Hastings College…

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Franciscan Towers Grand Re-Opening on April 5, 2016 at 11am-1pm

Join us for Franciscan Towers Grand Re-Opening on April 5, 2016 at 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. to celebrate the re-opening of this Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) building after a 2011 fire that closed the building and relocated residents.


Franciscan Towers Grand Re-Opening
April 5, 2016 at 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
TNDC Building: Franciscan Towers
217 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94109

RSVP NOW: Rose Chastain at and (415) 930-8398

(Due to limited space, RSVPs are strongly encouraged.)

Event Contact: Rose Chastain at

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