500 Turk Street

TNDC proposes to redevelop an approximately 18,906‐square‐foot (0.43‐acre) parcel located at 500 Turk Street in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. The project would result in the demolition of an existing one‐ to two‐story, 7,315‐square‐foot tire and automobile service building and associated surface parking lot and construction of an eight‐story, 106,000‐square‐foot building with approximately 82,000 square feet of residential uses including 108 units, nearly 2,600 square feet of ground floor commercial space, approximately 3,600 square feet of common and residential amenity space, and 5,240 square feet of common open space within a ground floor courtyard.

Population: Families
Unit Mix: 22 studios, 30 1-bedroom, 42 2-bedroom, and 14 3-bedroom homes
Completion Year: 2021

Architect: David Baker Architects
Contractor: TBD
Total Development Cost: ~$83,000,000
Financing Sources: Enterprise Community Loan Fund, Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development Prop A Funds (MOHCD), NeighborWorks, California Department of Housing and Community Development Affordable Housing Sustainable Communities (AHSC), Federal Home Loan Bank Affordable Housing Program (AHP)
Our Role: Developer and Owner

Location: 500 Turk Street, San Francisco

Photo courtesy of David Baker Architects

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