Clementina Towers
Clementina Towers

TNDC has been selected by San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA) and the Mayor’s Office of Housing, to acquire, rehabilitate, and manage the building long-term under HUD's Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program. The current property is home to low-income and disabled seniors, and will continue to benefit the residents, under TNDC’s ownership and management beginning in…

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939-951 Eddy Street
Eddy Street Apartments

939 & 951 Eddy is comprised of two adjacent four-story buildings with a total of 61 dwelling units which are currently owned and operated by the San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA). As part of HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration Program (RAD), TNDC was selected to acquire, rehabilitate, and assume long-term management and maintenance of the property.…

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350 Ellis
350 Ellis Street Apartments

TNDC has been selected by San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA) and the Mayor’s Office of Housing as the development team to undertake the transfer of ownership, rehabilitation, and long-term management of the building under HUD's Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program. TNDC is teaming up with Glide Community Housing to provide on-site services for the 350…

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1300 4th Street
626 Mission Bay Boulevard

626 Mission Bay Boulevard North (formerly 1300 4th Street) provides 143 residential units, 10,000 square feet of neighborhood retail, including 826 Valencia's first after-school space in Mission Bay, a restaurant, a 41 space above-ground parking structure, and associated amenity spaces. The design features a 5-story main building, 3-story town homes and a publicly accessible pedestrian…

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rosa parks
Rosa Parks Apartments

Rosa Parks is an 11-story, 198-unit building in the Western Addtion for seniors with low incomes. The project was built in partnership with Bethel AME Church and its affiliate, Allen Community Development Corporation, alongside the Rosa Parks Senior Apartments, a building jointly acquired by TNDC and Bethel/Allen in 2016 from the San Francisco Housing Authority…

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Sala Burton Manor

Sala Burton Manor is a nine-story, 89-unit building currently owned and operated by the San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA). Located at 430 Turk Street, the 69 studio apartments and 19 one-bedroom apartments are occupied by seniors and people living with a disability, and range in size from 414 square feet to 556 square feet. There…

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Kelly Cullen Community

Kelly Cullen Community, located at 220 Golden Gate in a building built by the YMCA in 1910, provides 172 efficiency studio units for chronically homeless individuals and on-site social services for residents. In addition to supportive housing, the project includes the Tom Waddell Urban Health Clinic - a ground floor Department of Public Health managed…

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Willie B. Kennedy Apartments

The Willie B. Kennedy Apartments is a new 98 unit, five story affordable senior housing development located at the corner of Turk and Webster streets in the Western Addition. The Project was built in partnership with Bethel AME Church and its affiliate, Allen Community Development Corporation, alongside the Rosa Parks Senior Apartments, a building jointly…

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Yosemite Apartments

Yosemite Apartments was purchased by TNDC in 1983. The building is more than 80 years old. There are 32 units serving low-income individuals and families. It has never required renovation. Project Details: Unit Mix:  32 Studios Completed: 1989 Population:  Low Income and Extremely Low-Income Families and Individuals Construction: Rehab Total Development Cost: $600,000 Financing Sources:…

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West Hotel

Acquired in March 2001, the West, an un-reinforced masonry, single-room occupancy hotel originally built in 1907, was in very poor condition due to years of neglect and deferred maintenance. The existing tenant population was a very high-needs community of seniors, persons with AIDS, and persons with mental health and substance abuse issues. The units were…

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