TNDC’s Mosaica Featured during Affordable Housing Day – Saturday, October 6
September 24, 2012|
San Francisco Affordable Housing Day
Saturday, October 6, 2012
Please join us for San Francisco Affordable Housing Day, a free event to be held Saturday, October 6 from 1:00pm – 4:00pm. This is an open house format, so visitors can start at any of the 13 sites.
For more information including a map of open houses visit: http://www.sfccho.org/affordable-housing-day-san-francisco/
or call Council of Community Housing Organizations at 415-882-0901
As part of a citywide Affordable Housing Day, TNDC, along with other neighborhood affordable housing organizations throughout San Francisco will open up selected buildings for tours, info sessions and refreshments. Included in the tours will be examples of housing designed for seniors, families and people with special needs. The goal of the citywide day is to provide an opportunity for up close and personal experience with the people and places that make up San Francisco’s affordable housing.
Join TNDC at The Mosaica Family and Senior Apartments for a tour, detailed information about the design, finance and management of this affordable housing project. And for individuals interested in obtaining affordable housing, each participating organization will have information about qualifications, the application process, and vacancies.
Begin your Affordable Housing Day at:
The Mosaica Family and Senior Apartments
Community Room at the corner of 19th and Florida Street, San Francisco
In addition to TNDC, there will be building tours throughout the city including the South of Market, Richmond, Mission, Excelsior, Bayview and Western Addition neighborhoods. Participants are welcome to visit all the open house locations, or just stop by the building in their neighborhood. Participating organizations include: Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center, Bridge Housing, Chinatown Development Center, Community Housing Partnership, Episcopal Community Services, Mercy Housing, San Francisco Housing Development Corporation, Tenants and Owners Development Corporation, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation , and The Hayes at 55 Page.