Artist Opportunity at 681 Florida
As part of 681 Florida's goals to amplify the artist community, the building will include public art as murals on on the exterior walls and an ornamental gate outside of the Production, Distribution, and Repair (PDR) space on the ground floor. Review the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for additional details.
EXTENDED DEADLINE: The deadline to apply is now Friday, March 12 at 4 pm.
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681 Florida Street
In a join-venture with the Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA), TNDC is developing 681 Florida, a 100% affordable housing development in the Mission. 681 Florida maximizes the opportunities offered by its setting to create 130 family-friendly homes and an active new arts hub, inspired by the Mission’s unique blend of arts, industry, and environmental sustainability. The building’s network of interior and exterior shared spaces are designed for liveability and community building, including an urban agriculture space. The building provides a large, high-ceiling, 9,140 square foot space suitable for production, exhibition or performance that could potentially be expanded to include a 1,500 square foot second-floor mezzanine.
The building’s green strategies focus on the elements most meaningful to affordable housing providers and residents. A robust building envelope and efficient HVAC allow the building to surpass State energy code requirements by 15% or more. Solar preheat for hot water and Energy Star appliances further reduce energy costs.
The building will serve tenants at incomes between 25% and 85% MOHCD AMI. 30% of the homes (39 units) will be dedicated to serving families who were formerly unhoused.