In the Media

June 2019

Mission Bay Development To House Low-Income, Formerly Homeless Families

SF Affordable Housing Projects Kick-started with $40 million in State Funds

State Gives Tenderloin Affordable Housing Project $20M


Neighborhood Notes: Galeria de la Raza’s new home takes shape

Fifth 100-percent Affordable Housing Project Breaks Ground in SF’s Mission

Ground Breaks For Casa Adelante’s 143 Affordable Apartments


DOE & HUD Recognize TNDC for Energy Efficiency Leadership


TNDC Wins Building Best Affordable Housing Deal of the Year

SF Opens New Affordable Housing Building for Low-Income, Previously Homeless Families

In SF’s Mission Bay, the Surprise–and Draw for Writing Center–is the Kids

Dozens of Most Vulnerable Families to Get New Homes

Affordable Housing Development Opens in SF

Mayor Breed, Supervisor Haney and Community Leaders Celebrate Opening of Affordable Housing at 1036 Mission

1990 Folsom Affordable-Housing Development Has Closed on Construction Financing

Sugary Drink Tax Brings Healthy Food to More SF Corner Stores


SF’s Affordable Housing Projects Hit Hard by Rising Costs

Nonprofits, Small Property Owners Say They Can’t Afford SoMa Special Tax District

Breed Prepares Bill to Make Affordable Housing Cheaper to Build

Prepare for the Newly Rebranded SoMa West

December 2018

TNDC Speaks Out Against Trump’s Proposed Public Charge Rule

TNDC Comments on Mid-Market Tax Breaks


TNDC Among Others Distributes Smoke Masks to City’s Most Vulnerable

TNDC Speaks with Others About Prop 10


TNDC’s Pool Toss Raised Over $375,000 for Kids in the Tenderloin

TNDC and MEDA Offer Evicted Community Gallery a Home

TNDC’s Pool Toss Coming Up on 10/10


TNDC Op-Ed: Housing is Health Care—and Health Care Can Build Housing

TNDC Re-Opens Sala Burton Manor with 89 Homes for Seniors

Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi and Mayor London Breed Attend TNDC’s Re-Opening of Sala Burton Manor

Pelosi and Breed Show Off New TNDC Building


TNDC is Among the Top 50 Developers in the Greater Bay Area

TNDC Builds 143 Affordable Homes in Mission Bay

Mayor London Breed Visits 1036 Mission Street

Protecting Affordable Housing is Key for Asian Enclaves


Bringing Affordable Homes to Transbay

TNDC and 826 Valencia Partner in Mission Bay


TNDC Cautions Adult Dorms Moving to Tenderloin

TNDC’s Tenderloin Peoples’ Congress Launches New Plan

4 Things Needed for Affordable Housing


TNDC Partners with SF Department of the Environment to Install Homes with LED

TNDC Affordable Housing Project Taking Shape At 222 Taylor

TNDC Resident Speaks Out about Proposed HUD Cuts

TNDC and MEDA USe SB 35 for Affordable Housing Project


Tenderloin Healthy Store Coalition Plans Sixth Market Makeover
Nonprofit Developer Buildings 103 Units in Hayes Valley
New Spots Opening on 6th Street
Real Estate Digest


Pelosi Takes to the Road to Tamp Down Growing Enthusiasm for Trump Tax Cuts
To Boost Retail, Build Housing
75 Largest Bay Area Construction Projects


Tax Overhaul is a Blow to Affordable Housing Efforts
Equitable Development is in Reach in the Tenderloin

December 2017

Refined Designs for Affordable Housing to Rise at Candlestick Point
Environmental Analysis For 500 Turk St. Project Now Available To Public
Hidden Gem: Inside The Tenderloin National Forest
Environmental Analysis For 500 Turk St. Project Now Available To Public
11 designs build on S.F. architecture


YMCA Building Maintains Its Historic Architecture and Role in the Community


Spotlight on Property Management: Don Falk, CEO of TNDC
A San Francisco Affordable Housing Project Advances
The 25th Annual TNDC Pool Toss


S.F. Project Puts Families at the Center of Affordable Housing


S.F. Housing Tale Goes Strangely Right

Housing For All (Families)

SF officials break ground on Tenderloin family housing project

New Tenderloin Affordable Housing Project Breaks Ground

Affordable housing on Florida Street keenly anticipated

How this affordable housing nonprofit is transforming San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood

QuickBites: Healthy Corner Stores

Affordable Housing Beats Out Historic Preservation in S.F. Neighborhood

Affordable housing development to raze historic Tenderloin auto shop


City Celebrates Opening Of Willie B. Kennedy Apartments


Where Gentrification Was Held at Bay—Can It Last?

Plans for Redeveloping Balboa Reservoir Site Revealed


A Boot Camp for Non-Profits Combating Homelessness Across California

The Tenderloin awakens: After years with no new development, the neighborhood is about to see shovels


Tenderloin harvests healthy food options

Nonprofit developer focuses on families at 16th Street project

New online system designed to simplify applying for SF affordable housing


San Francisco’s Tenderloin After School Program marks 25 years of service

Mission Districts Nonprofit Developers Build Hope

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