1036 Mission Family Housing – CLOSED

1036 Mission

1036 Mission Family Housing

1036 Mission Street; SF, CA 94103

Affordable Housing Opportunity / Equal Housing Opportunity


APPLICATION PERIOD WAS:  

     Thursday, March 1, 2018 through Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Lottery Results Will Be Posted At: https://housing.sfgov.org/

Application, Marketing Flyer, Selection Criteria and Lottery Information below:

1036 Mission Family Housing is an 83‐unit, nine‐story, affordable housing development located at 1036 Mission Street in San Francisco. The project is located mid‐block on Mission Street between 6th and 7th Streets in the South of Market neighborhood (SOMA) of San Francisco, California. The project is targeting low‐income families, and a nearly half of the units are set aside for homeless families and individuals.
The project is a 15,200 square foot site (0.35 acres) and includes 83 residential units, indoor and outdoor resident amenity spaces, and approximately 1,070 sf of commercial space on the ground floor. No off‐street parking provided as part of the development, though the project will include 84 indoor bicycle storage spaces for both resident and site staff use. The building design features a nine‐story, Type I building with a mat slab foundation, with the main entrance to the building located on Mission Street. The unit breakdown is as follows: 38 one‐bedroom units, 38 two‐bedroom units, and 7 three‐bedroom units. Of the 83 units, 40 will be reserved to homeless families and individuals earning no more than 30% area median income (AMI), with the balance reserved for families and individuals earning no more than 50% of AMI. The project will achieve GreenPoint Rated status, with energy‐efficiency features including, but not limited to, solar domestic hot water, a recycled and reclaimed water system, and high‐efficiency lighting.

Occupancy Preferences

Preference

Applicant Category

1

Certificate of Preference Program (COP)

2

Displaced Tenant Housing Preference Program (DTHP)

3

Anti-Displacement Housing Preference (ADHP)

3

Live or Work in San Francisco Preference (L/W)

4

All Others
  1. Certificate of Preference Program (COP)  (City & County of San Francisco) – Preference will be given to Certificate of Preference holders who were displaced in the 1960’s and early 1970’s by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency.  City & County of San Francisco’s Mayor’s Office of Housing & Community Development administers this program and MOHCD will verify such Certificate of Preference holders.
  2. Displaced Tenant Housing Preference Program (DTHP) (Mayor’s Office of Housing & Community Development) – Preference will be given to Displaced Tenant Housing Preference Certificate holders who have been displaced or at risk of displacement due to withdrawal of their housing unit from the rental market by an Ellis Act or Owner Move In eviction.  TNDC will verify Certificate holders with the City & County of San Francisco’s Mayor’s Office of Housing & Community Development who administers this program. The DTHP Preference applies to up to 20% (8 units) of affordable units.
  3. Anti-Displacement Housing Preference (ADHP) (Mayor’s Office of Housing & Community Development) – Preference will be given to Households located in census tracts at elevated risk of economic displacement, for up to 40% (17units) of the units in this project.  Lottery applicants who qualify for this preference will be located in census tracts listed an illustrated on the map (in the color purple) attached.
  4. Live or Work in San Francisco Preference (L/W) (Mayor’s Office of Housing & Community Development) – Preference will be given to households when at least one household member either lives or works in San Francisco.  Applicants must submit proof with their application in order to claim this preference.

 

Posting Date3/1/2018
Type of UnitsAffordable Family Housing Opportunity
Year Built2018
NeighborhoodSouth of Market
Waitlist 500
Application deadlineMarch 22, 2018                        5:00 PM

*Applications received after the application deadline will not be accepted*

Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.

Information Sessions1st Session:      Thursday, March 8, 2018  @ 2:00 PM

2nd Session:     Tuesday, March 13, 2018 @ 5:00 PM

Both Sessions will be at 220 Golden Gate Avenue; San Francisco, CA 94102 in the Auditorium.

Building AccessibilityThe building will be fully accessible to persons with disabilities. 10% of the units will be designed to be fully accessible to persons with disabilities and 100% of the units will be adaptable.
Building AmenitiesLarge indoor community room with adjacent full community kitchen, podium level courtyard programmed for both children and adults, common laundry room, rooftop community garden for urban agriculture activities. A public art installation by a local community artist will also be included at the front entry to the building, and a community-serving retail space will be located on the first floor.
ParkingNo off-street parking will be provided.
Application Fee$30 Application Fee
Other fees & utilities paid by the renter (Costs Not Included)

 

Residents will be provided with utility allowances for unit level electricity and cooking. Heating, hot water, and potable water/sewer will be handled directly by the property.

Utility 1 Bedroom2 Bedroom3 Bedroom
Electricity(Lights & Appliances)$34$49$68
CookingElectric$10$14$18
TOTALALLOWANCE$44$63$86

 

Credit History Eligibility RuleNot Applicable
Rental History

Eligibility Rule

No Eviction in the past three (3) years or no more than two (2) in the past five (5) years. With exception for no fault evictions.
Building Selection Criteria Web LinkRental History Standard:  No Eviction in the past three years or no more than two in the past five years.

Criminal History Standard:  No felony convictions in the past seven (7) years. Qualified applicants with criminal history will be considered for housing in compliance with Article 49 of the San Francisco Police Code: Fair Chance Ordinance.

 In addition to qualifying under the rules for income and household size, applicants must qualify under the rules of the building – available at the following website:

Smoking PolicyPer San Francisco Health Code, Article 19F Smoking is not allowed in enclosed common areas, building entry, exit and operable doors or vents.
Pet PolicyNo Pets, Companion Animals allowed via Reasonable Accommodations.

 

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