681 Florida Street
Building homes for 213 people in San Francisco by 2022
We envision a future where everyone can thrive, regardless of income, race, spoken language, gender identity, and more. 681 Florida is a key step in helping us build this future by providing 130 affordable homes for individuals and families in San Francisco, including families who were formerly unhoused. The project is a joint venture between TNDC and the Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA).
Located in the vibrant Mission community, 681 Florida will be a nine-story family-friendly building with all-around support, including diverse social services, ample outdoor courtyard spaces, and urban agriculture programming on the roof. With onsite social workers and Property Management, tenants will have a built-in support network to help them adjust to their new home, feel welcome, and remain stably housed.
In addition to these services, amenities include secured bicycle parking, an onsite childcare Unit, onsite laundry, and a large community room with warming kitchen. The ground floor also includes 9,250 square feet of commercial space dedicated as a community-arts Production Distribution Repair (PDR) space. In partnership with local arts nonprofit Carnaval, this commercial space will provide programming not limited to arts, dance, music, gathering, and event space tailored to serve residents and the Mission community. Notably, this project will be all-electric with high sustainability goals. This project will pursue a Platinum GreenPoint Rating, Fitwel certification, and is a part of the International Living Future Institute’s Living Building Challenge.
Construction began in October 2020 and residents are expected move in at the end of 2022.
Project details and timelines are proposed and subject to change. This description was last updated on 8.4.2021.