1950 Mission Street

1950 Mission Street
1950 Mission Street
1950 Mission Street

Living at 1950 Mission Street

The future affordable housing at 1950 Mission is anticipated to complete construction in fall 2020.

Consisting of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedrooms, 40 of the 157 units will serve formerly homeless households through a coordinated entry system. Income and other restrictions will apply.

Applications for the property are not currently available, however, should you wish to sign up for the property mailing list please submit the form below and we will email you an electronic flier once the project nears completion.

If you prefer to correspond via mail, please send a postcard with your name, address, and phone number to: Future Affordable Housing at 1950 Mission, PO Box 240, San Francisco, CA 94104

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Mission Housing Development Corporation and BRIDGE Housing are partnering to develop 157 affordable apartment homes for families at 1950 Mission Street.

  • San Francisco

The apartments at 1950 Mission will be affordable to households with incomes between 45% and 60% AMI, with 25% of the apartments set aside for 40 formerly homeless families. Planned resident amenities include a rooftop garden, a courtyard, a community room with kitchen, and a bike workshop that will focus on training youth from the property and the surrounding communities on bike maintenance. Neighborhood-serving retail space will be available for local nonprofits and entrepreneurs. Affordable gallery and work spaces will cater to the Mission District artist community.

Developers: Mission Housing Development Corporation, BRIDGE Housing Corporation
Architects:
David Baker Architects, Cervantes Design Associates, Inc.
General Contractor: Swinerton Builders
Financial Partners: San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, California Climate Investment Program (funded through the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund) Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program through the Strategic Growth Council and the California Department of Housing and Community Development, Wells Fargo, BNY Mellon, California Community Reinvestment Corporation, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, California Debt Limit Allocation Committee
On-site Service Providers: Mission Housing Resident Services Department, Lutheran Services, Mission Neighborhood Center, PODER

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