Haight Street Apartments
Haight Street Apartments

Completed in 1988, the rehabilitation of 398 Haight Street expanded TNDC’s reach into the Western Addition neighborhood. Units are targeted to low- and extremely low-income families with average incomes around 30% of the area median income. Project Details: Unit Mix: 9 one-bedrooms, 3 two-bedrooms units Completed:  1988 Population:  Units are targeted to low- and extremely…

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Folsom-Dore Apartments
Folsom & Dore Apartments

TNDC is proud to have added to its portfolio the first multi-family building in Northern California to achieve LEED Silver Certification. TNDC acquired the Folsom + Dore Apartments from the Citizens Housing Corp. in November 2009. The building opened in February 2005, complete with sustainable building features and practices that were truly ahead of their…

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Franciscan Towers

Originally acquired by the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) in 1987 as housing for individuals and families, Franciscan Towers was under redevelopment for 4 years following a fire in 2011. TNDC rebuilt the fire damaged portions of the building, including the elevator, lobby, and approximately 45% of the residential units. TNDC also was able to upgraded the…

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Ellis Street Apartments
Ellis Street Apartments

TNDC is particularly proud of this building, which was developed to house formerly homeless youth. In 1998, TNDC acquired the five-story, 25-studio building left vacant by a fire. A partnership was soon formed with Larkin Street Youth Services (LSYS) to provide the studios to the youth at well below market rate while LSYS provides services—case…

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Dalt Hotel
Dalt Hotel

The acquisition of this project, along with three other Tenderloin SRO hotels, represented two decades of neighborhood organizing by TNDC, other non profits, and various stakeholders to prevent the displacement of low-income residents. TNDC acquired the project at no cost from its previous for-profit owner and preserved the 179 SRO units as permanent, affordable housing…

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Civic Center Residence
Civic Center Residence

Built in 1924 and originally named the "Evangeline" after the daughter of the founder of the Salvation Army, this building was originally offered as a home for young working women. In 1981 TNDC purchased the building to maintain its use as affordable housing for those in need. Among its diverse tenant population, Civic Center Residence…

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Cameo Apartments

The Cameo Apartments at 481-85 Eddy Street was acquired by TNDC in 1996. Funded by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing, the scope of work included the general rehabilitation of the units, including kitchens and bathrooms, as well as the redesign of the first floor in order to accommodate laundry facilities, a community room,…

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Buena Vista Terrace
Buena Vista Terrace

Acquired from Citizens Housing Corporation in 2010, Buena Vista Terrace is an adaptive reuse of the abandoned Third Church Christ Scientist building in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, illustrating the innovative ways in which modern building technologies can be fused with old styles. The project restored the historically-significant exterior of this circa 1915 Romanesque Revival-style church while…

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Antonia Manor

The Antonia Manor was an expiring-use Section 8 building acquired by TNDC in December 2000 with the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency under its "Preservation" program to preserve the affordability of the property's 134 units. Financing was through tax-exempt bonds, as issued by the Redevelopment Agency along with a letter of credit from Citibank, and 4%…

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Ambassador Hotel

The Ambassador Hotel was acquired by TNDC in 1999 after the building had fallen into such deplorable conditions that many of the building’s long-term residents (including those with HIV/AIDs) and the social service agencies that served them had to move out. TNDC stabilized the building with interim life-safety and unit repairs while preparing two years…

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