Spring is a season of hope, growth, and new beginnings, and here at TNDC we’re definitely in a springtime mood. We have new apartments ready to move into and new buildings soon to begin construction throughout the city, and we’re working — with the help of our donors, staff, residents, and community partners — to make homes, health, and voice accessible for everyone. Here’s a sampling of what's new!
At 555 Larkin Street, people are moving into their brand-new homes! Located in the heart of the Tenderloin, this family-friendly building has 108 apartments, as well as onsite social workers, 24/7 front desk coverage, and a property management team, so tenants will have a built-in support network to help them adjust to their new home, feel safe, and remain stably housed. In addition to onsite support, 555 Larkin offers a 1,300 square-foot rooftop urban farm, a courtyard, indoor bicycle parking, and a building design that pays homage to the Kahn & Keville retro marquee that used to stand in the same location. Learn more.
People will soon begin moving into our new 921 Howard building in SOMA — applications for apartments closed in late March. With approximately 205,000 square feet of floor space and standing 18 stories tall, 921 Howard is one of the biggest affordable housing projects that San Francisco has seen in the past 10 years and the largest new construction in TNDC’s history! This family-friendly building has 203 affordable homes, two outdoor terraces, indoor bike parking, and a community-serving ground-floor space. Learn more.
Construction is moving along nicely at 180 Jones, as the on-site team recently announced that they were working on adding the building’s eight (and final) floor. Featuring 70 studio apartments for lower-income San Franciscans, 180 Jones should be welcoming new residents in the spring of 2024. Learn more.
Later this spring, we will be breaking ground at 730 Stanyan. This exciting eight-story project in the vibrant Haight-Ashbury District, right at the entrance to Golden Gate Park, will provide 160 homes for lower-income and formerly unhoused families and individuals. Learn more.