SOMA Studios
SOMA Studio & Family Apartments

As three separately-financed developments in a single structure, the project site was vertically subdivided into separate parcels for each piece. The 88 studios, financed through the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and tax credits, will replace SOMA SRO housing lost in the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake. Nine of the studios house people living with AIDS. The…

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Sierra Madre

TNDC has owned and operated the Sierra Madre Apartments as affordable housing since 1983. Built in 1912, the Sierra Madre provides 47 units of affordable housing for low- and very low-income households, including 42 studios and 5 one-bedroom units. The rehabilitation, completed in early 2002, provided necessary building system upgrades, improved fire and life safety,…

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Ritz Hotel

The Ritz was acquired in November 1991 by a non-profit corporation formed by TNDC and Chinese Community Housing Corporation. TNDC oversaw the renovation and manages the 100% Section 8 building, which is home to 90 adults with mental or physical disabilities. This Beaux-Arts era building underwent a seismic retrofit and comprehensive general rehabilitation in 1993…

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Plaza Ramona Apartments

The buildings at 250 and 260 McAllister, on the edge of the Tenderloin neighborhood and adjacent to San Francisco's Civic Center, contain 63 studio units. With deferred loans from the Mayor's Office of Housing and the Affordable Housing Program, as well as an allocation of tax credits, TNDC renovated the buildings for permanent occupancy by…

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Pierce Street Apartments

Completed in 1988, the rehabilitation of 220 Pierce Street expanded TNDC’s reach into the Western Addition neighborhood along with the simultaneous rehabilitation of Haight Street Apartments. Units are targeted to low- and extremely low-income families. Project Details: Unit Mix:  8 one-bedrooms Completed:  2002 Population: Units are targeted to low- and extremely low-income families. Construction:  Renovation…

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O’Farrell Towers

O'Farrell Towers O’Farrell Towers, a 12-story building located in the Tenderloin neighborhood at 477 O'Farrell Street, was acquired from Citizens Housing Corporation in 2010. The property contains 101 one-bedroom apartments for low-income seniors and ground floor commercial space that is leased to the San Francisco Senior Center. The proposed project consists of a $12.4 million…

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Mosaica
Mosaica Family & Senior Apartments

The Mosaica Family and Senior Apartments realize the full potential of mixed-use, mixed-income design principles. Mosaica became TNDC’s first property in the Mission District in November 2009, when TNDC took over management of the project from the Citizens Housing Corporation. The one-square-block site incorporates 93 units of housing for low-income families, 24 units for low-income…

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Maria Manor
Maria Manor

The Maria Manor was an expiring-use Section 8 building acquired by TNDC in December 2000 with the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency under its "Preservation" program, thus preserving the property's 119 affordable units. Financing is through tax-exempt bonds, as issued by the Redevelopment Agency along with a letter of credit from Citibank, and 4% Low-Income Housing…

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Klimm Apartments

Frank J. Klimm, an electrical contractor in the early twentieth century whose vision was to create a “high-class” residence and showplace, commissioned the Klimm Apartments. Construction was completed in 1913 and the property has been owned and operated as affordable housing by TNDC since 1986. The building has 42 units, including 2 one-bedroom and 40…

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Howard Street Apartments
Howard Street Apartments

Donated to TNDC by St. Anthony Foundation, 1601-17 Howard Street is comprised of 12 two-bedroom units. It also houses the Sage Lounge, a popular local establishment, as well as a photography studio and private investigator’s office. Acquired in August of 1996, TNDC renovated the common areas, exterior, and building systems beginning in the summer of…

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