735 Davis

735 Davis

Living at 735 Davis

This brand new senior apartment building will offer 53 units of affordable housing consisting of studios and one-bedroom apartments. Some units will serve formerly homeless senior households through a coordinated entry system. This development is anticipated to complete construction in late 2020. Income, age, 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: Apartments at 735 Davis, PO Box 240, San Francisco, CA 94104

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Located a block from the Embarcadero, in San Francisco's North East Waterfront Historic District, 735 Davis will provide 53 affordable senior apartments.

  • San Francisco

735 Davis will provide 53 apartments for seniors earning 30% -70% of AMI. A portion of the apartments will be supported by a Local Operating Support Program (LOSP) subsidy for formerly homeless individuals. Supportive services at 735 Davis will be provided by Lutheran Social Services.

Collectively with 88 Broadway, the developments will feature approximately 10,500 square feet of retail/commercial space targeted to neighborhood-serving uses, including a 55-slot mixed-income childcare center to be operated by the YMCA of San Francisco.

There will also be a 9,500 sf mid-block paseo that will be publicly accessible between 735 Davis and 88 Broadway, with beautiful landscaping and seating.

Co-Developers: BRIDGE Housing Corporation // The John Stewart Company
General Contractor: Cahill Contractors
Architect: Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Ground Lease Partner: San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development
Financial Partners: San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development; Bank of America; California Tax Credit Allocation Committee; Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco (AHP)

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