KCC_Banner_2
March 26 – Grand Opening of Kelly Cullen Community

Please join us at the Grand Opening of the Kelly Cullen Community

172 units of supportive housing for chronically homeless individuals

Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) is proud to announce the completion of the historic rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of the Kelly Cullen Community.  The building is formerly the Central YMCA, which now includes 172 units of supportive housing for the chronically homeless.

This unique project partners housing, social work services and a primary care clinic operated by the Department of Public Health, and will help people who face complex life challenges live lives of stability, autonomy and dignity.

Date:  Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Time:  11:00am to 1:00pm
Location:  220 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco

Lunch Provided

Please RSVP to (415) 409-9522 or Click here to RSVP online

About Kelly Cullen

Kelly Cullen Community is named in honor of TNDC’s former Executive Director, Brother Kelly Cullen (1953-2010).  Kelly helped plant the roots of TNDC, then a fragile and fledgling organization, which grew into the thriving neighborhood institution it is today.  He cared deeply about the people of the Tenderloin and was a natural-born promoter, passionate about community and political activism.

ARCHITECT:

Gelfand Partners Architects

CONTRACTOR:

Cahill Contractors

HISTORIC ARCHITECT:

Knapp Architects

CONSTRUCTION MANAGER:

Gilbert Chan

FUNDING:

  • City and County of San Francisco, Mayor’s Office of Housing, acquisition/construction/permanent loans with funding from HOME, CDBG, and Hotel Tax Fund
  • City and County of San Francisco, Department of Public Health, construction and services grants with funding from the CA Mental Health Services Act of 2004 and General Fund
  • California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, construction/permanent loan with funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
  • California Housing Finance Agency, construction/permanent loan with funding from the CA Mental Health Services Act of 2004
  • PNC Bank, historic tax credit equity investor
  • Citi Community Capital, construction loan
  • Silicon Valley Bank, construction/permanent loan with funding from the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco Affordable Housing Program
  • Corporation for Supportive Housing, services grant with funding from the Corporation for National Service
  • US Bank, acquisition loan

 

      COPYRIGHT © 1981-2016 Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation.  TOP