Casa Adelante - 1990 Folsom
Casa Adelante - 1990 Folsom, located in San Francisco’s Mission District, will be a 100% affordable 143-unit development co-developed and owned by TNDC and the Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA). The 143 units of affordable housing will be targeted for families earning between 30-60% AMI, with 25% of units set aside for residents relocating from the HOPE SF development. The development will include a laundry room, two community rooms, ample outdoor space, tenant services offices, management offices, and 134 bike parking stalls. The roof outdoor space will focus on urban agriculture programming, which will produce healthy fruits and vegetables for residents at no cost.
In addition to the residential core, the development will have approximately 9,000 square feet of space dedicated to Mission-based nonprofits Galería de la Raza, dedicated to Latinx and Xicanx art and culture, and HOMEY, dedicated to empowering youth and young adults in the community. In addition to these spaces, there will be approximately 5,000 square feet dedicated to affordable childcare through the Felton Institute. By partnering with folks who're rooted in the Mission—much like how TNDC is rooted in the Tenderloin—we can make sure local organizations are able to stay in their neighborhood. And by supporting one another, we can make a bigger impact in racial and cultural equity.