Armstrong Place Housing offers 116 affordable studio and one-bedroom apartments for families with at least one household member 62 or older in San Francisco.
Armstrong Place Housing is located in San Francisco’s Bayview District, along the Third Street light rail line, just a block from the light rail stop, and across the street from Bayview Playground and the Martin Luther King swimming pool. The complex provides 116 affordable apartments for families with at least one household member 62 or older, seventy-one of which are HUD subsidized. Adjacent to affordable for-sale housing in the Armstrong Townhomes, the property’s amenities include 9,000 square feet of commercial space, community services and retail shops. The property surrounds a courtyard rain garden and has several communal spaces. Twenty-three of the apartments are set aside for formerly homeless folks 62 or older participating in San Francisco’s Direct Access to Housing Program. These residents are eligible for intensive social services which will enable them to transition into independent living.
Architect: David Baker Architects
General Contractor: Nibbi Brothers, Inc.
Financial Partners: U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development; California Department of Housing & Community Development (TOD Program); San Francisco Redevelopment Agency; Wells Fargo Bank; Federal Home Loan Bank/Far East National Bank (AHP Program); Enterprise Community Investment, Inc.; Enterprise Green Communities
Living at Armstrong Place
To find out if this property is currently accepting applications, please contact the Armstrong Place Housing management office at 415-822-1260. Income, age, and other restrictions apply. Small pets are welcome.
Armstrong Place Housing is located at 5600 Third Street in San Francisco. Click here for a map.
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