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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Alexander Residence
Alexander Residence

Affordable housing at the Alexander Residence, which has operated as a HUD-insured Section 8 senior building for over 25 years, was put at risk when the prior owners were given the right to pre-pay their mortgage and opt-out of the Section 8 program. In December 2000, TNDC, in partnership with the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency…

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Aarti Hotel

Built in 1907 and acquired by TNDC in 1981, the Aarti Hotel was recently rehabbed to serve formerly homeless, at-risk Transitional Aged Youth (TAY), people ages 18 to 24 with serious mental health needs. The rehabilitation scope included the complete remodel of the ground floor commercial space to include five counseling offices, a reception area,…

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Curran House

In 2001, with a rare chance to build housing from the ground up in the dense Tenderloin neighborhood home to many of the City’s SRO hotels, TNDC immediately knew the population it wanted to serve on this infill site. With 4,000 children in the community, there was a tremendous demand for family housing and very…

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990 Polk Street Apartments

990 Polk Apartments building is located at 990 Polk Street in San Francisco and was built in partnership with Citizens Housing Corporation. An innovative approach to addressing homelessness was taken in the construction and design of the building by combining services-rich supportive housing units for a larger population in the low-income bracket. The property was…

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1036-Mission
1036 Mission Street

TNDC acquired the site in 2007 with the help of an acquisition loan provided by the City of San Francisco’s Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD), with the objective of helping expand affordable housing opportunities in the South of Market neighborhood which has been experiencing rapid growth in both market rate housing and…

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