Eddy & Taylor Family Apartments
February 01, 2012|
Eddy and Taylor is a mixed-use building to be developed by TNDC located at the north east corner of Eddy and Taylor Streets in San Francisco. The site is currently used as a surface parking lot. The development is two blocks from the Powell Street BART & Muni Station and the Market Street corridor. As an equitable Transit-Oriented Development, the building will not have parking spots. The property was acquired in 2006 and entitled in 2009 as 153 units, but as a consequence of the Great Recession and demise of Redevelopment Agencies, the development has been on hold. In anticipation of the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities funding, the development was downsized to 103 units in order to make it financially feasible.
The development will include a mix of 15 studios, 10 one-bedroom, 64 two-bedroom, and 14 three-bedroom units. Thirty of the units will be set aside for formerly homeless families and the project team is currently exploring options to include five units of housing for the developmentally disabled and individuals exiting long-term care facilities.
The development will also include an upgradable walkable corridor along Eddy and Taylor Streets. In addition to the 103 housing units, the site will also have a fresh and healthy food vendor component, a courtyard for residents, and bike parking.
The Eddy & Taylor Family Apartments will be staffed with 2 full time Social Workers who will provide comprehensive support services to all families living in the building.
Population: 100% Low-income families at either 50% AMI or subsidized 25% of AMI; up to 30 (27%) homeless LOSP, 5 for households with developmental disabilities (HUD 811 ).
Unit Mix: 113 multifamily S, 1-, 2-, & 3-BR units; (211 total bedrooms); 317 residents – ground floor food/grocery
Completion Date: 2019
Architect: David Baker & Associates (DBA)
Contractor: Cahill Contractors Inc.
Our Role: Owner, Developer, and Property Manager
Financing Sources: City and County of San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, Enterprise Community Investment, Inc., Capital One, California Department of Housing and Community Development, Silicon Valley Bank, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
Location: 222 Taylor Street
See our project timeline.