The Coronet

The Coronet
The Coronet
The Coronet
The Coronet
The Coronet

APARTMENT FEATURES

Wall-to-wall carpeting
All-electric kitchen
Emergency call system

COMMUNITY FEATURES

Community room with kitchen
Library and craft room
Laundry facilities
Elevators
Beautifully landscaped outdoor areas
Assigned covered garage parking
Gated property
Professional on-site management

AWARDS

  • Best Community Impact / San Francisco | SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS TIMES Real Estate Deals of the Year
  • 2011 Merit Winner: Senior | MULTIFAMILY EXECUTIVE

The Coronet offers 150 affordable studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments for seniors in San Francisco.

  • San Francisco

BRIDGE and the Institute on Aging worked together to develop The Coronet, a new mixed-use senior living facility. The first floor and half of the second floor house the Institute on Aging’s state-of-the-art senior-services facility. Above that, The Coronet offers 150 affordable apartments for seniors. The Coronet not only allows easy access to health and other services, allowing residents to age in place and continue living independently—it is also conveniently located to public transportation and retail along Geary Boulevard in the Richmond district. 53 of the apartments are filled on a referral basis.

Architect: TWM Architects + Planners
General Contractor: Cahill Contractors
Financial Partners: San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing, San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, California Department of Housing and Community Development, Wells Fargo Bank, Union Bank, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco

Living at The Coronet

To find out if this property is currently accepting applications, please contact The Coronet management office at 415-387-5100. Income, age, and other restrictions apply. Small pets are welcome.

The Coronet is located at 3595 Geary Boulevard in San Francisco. Click here for a map.

For more information about San Francisco’s Fair Chance Ordinance click here.

For general information about living at a BRIDGE property, click here.

 

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