Articles Recently Tagged: HOPE SF

(20 posts)
More HOPE for Hunters View

More HOPE for Hunters View

Having kicked-off back in 2010, the third and final phase of San Francisco’s 22-acre Hunters View public housing redevelopment includes the construction of two new buildings along the neighborhood’s new Hunters View Drive. As designed by David Baker Architects along with Min Design, the Block 14 and 17 buildings... Read More »

Refined Timing for Affordable Development to Rise in Mission Bay

Refined Timing for Affordable Development to Rise in Mission Bay

The ground for the 152-unit development which will rise up to 74 feet in height, not including its parapets, on the western half of Mission Bay South Block 6, along Merrimac Street, between China Basin and Mission Bay Boulevard North, is now expected to be broken this coming April... Read More »

Waylaid Mission District Development Breaks Ground

Waylaid Mission District Development Breaks Ground

As we first reported earlier this year: It was back in 2015 that San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors approved the City’s $18.5 million purchase of the corner parcel at 490 South Van Ness Avenue and 16th Street in the Mission, a site which was approved for the development of... Read More »

Timing and Cost of Affordable Family Housing to Rise in Mission Bay

Timing and Cost of Affordable Family Housing to Rise in Mission Bay

As we first reported earlier this year: As designed by Paulett Taggart Architects and Studio Vara for Mercy Housing, the proposed development to rise up to 74 feet in height, not including its parapets, on the western half of Mission Bay South Block 6, along Merrimac Street, between China... Read More »

Affordable Housing for Families to Rise in Mission Bay

Affordable Housing for Families to Rise in Mission Bay

As designed by Paulett Taggart Architects and Studio Vara for Mercy Housing, the proposed development to rise up to 74 feet in height, not including its parapets, on the western half of Mission Bay South Block 6, along Merrimac Street, between China Basin and Mission Bay Boulevard North, will... Read More »

Development Deja Vu on Potrero Hill

Development Deja Vu on Potrero Hill

Speaking of Potrero Hill parcels which are approved for development but are on the market rather than preparing to break ground, the 1000 Mississippi Street site, which sits just below the massive public housing site to be redeveloped on the southeastern slope of Potrero Hill, is now being marketed... Read More »

Comments And Responses To Huge Potrero Hill Redevelopment Plan

Comments And Responses To Huge Potrero Hill Redevelopment Plan

A 586-page summary of the comments received on the master plan for redeveloping the 33-acre public housing development atop Potrero Hill and the Planning Department’s responses to said comments was released this morning. The comments generally range from “it’s too dense and tall” to “it’s not nearly dense nor... Read More »

Timing For The New Hub And Redevelopment Of Hunters View

Timing For The New Hub And Redevelopment Of Hunters View

As we first reported about the new “heart” and hub of San Francisco’s Hunters View neighborhood last year: The rebuilding of San Francisco’s 22-acre Hunters View public housing development into a mixed-income neighborhood will triple the number of dwelling units to 800 – half of which will be market rate... Read More »

Hearings For 2,000 Units Of Housing This Week

Hearings For 2,000 Units Of Housing This Week

The public hearings to review the Environmental Impact Reports (EIRs) for the proposed 320-unit development to rise up to 4-stories at 1601 Mariposa Street, at the base of Potrero Hill, and the master plan for redeveloping the 49-acre Sunnydale public housing complex in Visitacion Valley, the largest public housing... Read More »

Master Plan For SF’s Largest Public Housing Site Ready For Review

Master Plan For SF’s Largest Public Housing Site Ready For Review

Built as housing for wartime ship builders in 1941 and now San Francisco’s largest, and perhaps most infamous, public housing complex, with nearly 800 run-down units across its 49-acre site, the HOPE-ful master plan for razing and redeveloping the Sunnydale-Velasco public housing complex is ready for its formal environmental review... Read More »