Resident Profile: Rickey Swiney

Rickey Swiney will say he’s shy, but his smile will tell you otherwise. Born and raised in Louisiana, Rickey has fond memories of being with his family and living at home. “Every day was my favorite day,” Rickey reflected, missing his parents who have since passed away. “I felt so safe with them.” He continued…

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TNDC: A History – Building Homes and Community Since 1981

Over the past several months, we dug through tattered, aging black-and-white photographs, and interviewed the Boarters, and others dating back nearly four decades to bring you this overview of Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation’s dynamic history. We are thrilled to share and celebrate TNDC’s 35 years of impact—and growth—as we mark our trajectory from the past…

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Watch the Video: TNDC Fostering Community

Learn how TNDC is fostering community in our buildings and in our city.

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Developments: TNDC Spring Newsletter

Check out the latest news from TNDC and the Tenderloin Community in our Developments Newsletter.   Dear TNDC Supporters, This year, TNDC turns 35 years old! Expect to hear more soon about our historic milestone. San Francisco’s 21st century real estate gold rush has deepened the city’s affordable housing crisis. Affordable housing is at the…

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Franciscan Towers Grand Re-Opening on April 5, 2016 at 11am-1pm

Join us for Franciscan Towers Grand Re-Opening on April 5, 2016 at 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. to celebrate the re-opening of this Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) building after a 2011 fire that closed the building and relocated residents.


Franciscan Towers Grand Re-Opening
April 5, 2016 at 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
TNDC Building: Franciscan Towers
217 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94109

RSVP NOW: Rose Chastain at and (415) 930-8398

(Due to limited space, RSVPs are strongly encouraged.)

Event Contact: Rose Chastain at

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Inside The Class And Culture Fight That’s Tearing San Francisco Apart by Business Insider

Business Insider visited us and others in San Francisco from New York to learn more about SF’s economy, real-estate concentration, and culture clashes, resulting in a 23 minute-long video report.

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