Candlestick Block 10a
October 09, 2017|
Candlestick 10a is an approximately 57,064 square foot site that is a part of FivePoint’s San Francisco Shipyard/Candlestick master development project. It is one of two parcels located in the newly developed Candlestick Point North neighborhood within the Bayview Hunters Point Redevelopment Project Area designated for affordable housing and related supportive services by the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII). The future mixed-use development seeks to achieve a high Green Point Rating certification score and will feature numerous green spaces for social and environmental sustainability while encouraging residents to gather in shared indoor and outdoor spaces. There will be a community kitchen, community room, teen room, services offices, childcare facility, pocket gardens, an urban farm, outdoor podium, workforce development programming, and more within the space, in addition to a contemporary rooftop solar array. Along Ingerson Avenue there will be ground floor commercial space and a greenway running along Earl Street to connect the development to the future Candlestick Community Park one block away.
Population: Families earning a maximum of 60% Area Median Income (“AMI”), as defined by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, as well as formerly homeless households and Transitional Age Youth (“TAY”).
Unit Mix: 156 units, with 40 one-bedroom, 20 two-bedroom , 92 three-bedroom, 3 four-bedroom, and 1 five-bedroom home
Completion Year: 2021
Architect: Herman Coliver Locus Architecture
Contractor: The Baines Group and Nibbi Brothers
Total Development Cost: $116 million
Financing Sources: 4% Tax Credit Equity, SF Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII) Loan, Affordable Housing Program (AHP) Grant
Our Role: Developer, Property Manager, and Tenant Services Povider; Young Community Developers (YCD) is the Co-Developer.
Location: Ingerson Avenue