Affordable Housing


290 Malosi Street
290 Malosi Street,
Photo Credit: Bruce Damonte

Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development 

  • Distributed more than $200 million via 370 grants to local community-based organizations. 
  • Provided $21 million in direct rental assistance to more than 3,000 vulnerable households impacted by the economic downturn of the pandemic via more than a dozen community-based organizations. 
  • Celebrated ten groundbreakings and 12 grand openings for affordable buildings totaling 2600 affordable housing units since 2020.
  • Converted 665 units from privately owned to permanently affordable through the Small Sites Program.
  • Brought low-cost wireless internet to HOPE SF communities through a partnership with The San Francisco Housing Authority and The Department of Technology.

Office of Community Investment & Infrastructure

  • Funded and leased 151 newly completed units of affordable housing. 
  • Approved $137.8 million in predevelopment and construction loans toward the development of 671 affordable units in Mission Bay South, Transbay, and Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 1. 
  • Constructed 140 new affordable housing units in Mission Bay South.  
  • Sold approximately 60 affordable units to families earning 80%-100% of Area Median Income (AMI).  

San Francisco Housing Authority

  • Sunnydale: Achieved 100% lease up on Phase 1A-1/1A-2 containing 167 apartments with 125 as public housing replacement units. 
  • Sunnydale: Progressed on Phase 1A-3 which includes construction of 170 apartments and 20,000 square feet of neighborhood amenities. 
  • Sunnydale: Received site permit for Block 1 Community Center in April 2022 with Construction targeted for December 2022.
  • Sunnydale: Started construction on Herz Playground Recreation Center in
  • November 2022.
  • Sunnydale: Received application approval for Megaphase (Blocks 1B, 1C and 3C) by Planning in July 2022 and sent Infrastructure Basis of Design Submittal to Public Works in August 2022. 
  • Potrero: Completed Phase 1 with construction of Block X and all 53 public housing replacement units are leased and occupied.   
  • Potrero: Commenced construction of 118 permanent replacement units in Phase 2/Block B. 

Treasure Island Development Authority

  • Constructed 105-unit Maceo May Apartment project for occupancy in early 2023, providing supportive housing for formerly homeless and low-income veterans. 
  • Broke ground on the 138-unit Star View Court, the second 100% affordable housing site on Treasure Island, which will be ready for occupancy in 2024. 



Casala at 1491 Sunnydale Ave
Casala at 1491 Sunnydale Ave
Photo Credit: Amy Sullivan


53 Colton, Photo Credit: Bryon Lindsey
53 Colton
Photo Credit: Bryon Lindsey

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