August 21, 2015|
TNDC has been selected by San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA) and the Mayor’s Office of Housing, to acquire, rehabilitate, and manage the building long-term under HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program. The current property is home to low-income and disabled seniors, and will continue to benefit the residents, under TNDC’s ownership and management beginning in August, 2016.
Clementina Towers, located at 320 & 330 Clementina Street, consists of 226 studio and 50 one-bedroom apartments for a total of 276 units divided equally between two towers. The towers are identical 13 story concrete buildings. The ground floor of each tower offers a community room plus offices for property management and services staff. Residential apartments fill floors 2-13.
The scope of rehab construction work includes structural, life safety and accessibility upgrades and general renovations. Twenty eight apartments (23 studios and 5 1-BR units) will be reconfigured for mobility accessibility. Additionally, 12 apartments (10 studios, 2 one bedrooms) will be modified to be communication accessible (for hearing/visual disabilities). Structural upgrades will include new shear walls from the 1st-8th floors as well as installation of micro-piles tied to expanded foundations. Original exterior sliding doors and windows and exterior doors will be replaced.
Fire safety upgrades will include fire/smoke doors at each elevator lobby. The fire alarm system will be upgraded, including adding emergency voice/alarm communications and notification devices. An automatic fire sprinkler system will be added.
Interior components of individual units will be replaced, including: cabinetry, plumbing fixtures and fittings, light fixtures, appliances, floor finishes, doors and hardware. New ducted range hoods will be provided to improve indoor air quality. Electrical load centers will be replaced; GFCI receptacles will be provided at kitchens and counters where they don’t exist.
No residents will be displaced due to this building renovation.
Project Type: Occupied Rehabilitation
Approximate Completion Date: Fall 2017