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Turk & Eddy Street Apartments

Address

165 Turk St & 249 Eddy St, San Francisco

Status
In Operation
Year Built or Renovated
2010
Neighborhood
Contact Phone
415.673.5879
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Turk & Eddy Street Apartments

Serving 82 individuals with low incomes, including people currently living with health challenges

Turk and Eddy Apartments comprises two buildings located on adjacent blocks, less than 1,000 feet apart, and consists of 100% Section 8 senior housing. The buildings were at risk of being converted to market rate units, upon the expiration of the Section 8 subsidy, which would have displaced its population of long-term residents, when TNDC acquired the project in January 2007. Renovation was completed in 2010 to preserve their homes. 165 Turk Street is a six-story apartment built in 1923. The ground floor includes a community room, manager’s office, laundry, and an enclosed rear garden. 249 Eddy Street is a seven-story apartment built in 1925. The ground floor of this building includes a community room, laundry, and a tenant services office serving both properties. The rehabilitation of these buildings improved building safety, systems, and accessibility as well as providing safer, healthier and supportive living environments for low-income seniors. Funding was provided by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act – Low Income Housing Tax Credit Exchange, San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, California Housing Finance Agency, and the US Department of Housing.

Housing: N/A square feet

Commercial: N/A square feet

Total HomesStudios1BRs
82775

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Turk and Eddy Apartments comprises two buildings located on adjacent blocks, less than 1,000 feet apart, and consists of 100% Section 8 senior housing. The buildings were at risk of being converted to market rate units, upon the expiration of the Section 8 subsidy, which would have displaced its population of long-term residents, when TNDC acquired the project in January 2007. Renovation was completed in 2010 to preserve their homes. 165 Turk Street is a six-story apartment built in 1923. The ground floor i