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  1. 1. 1150 Grant Ave Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Owner, Developer, Manager Funding Sources Wells Fargo Bank Government Agency None Unit Types 14 Studios Sq Footage 12,000 Contractor NCR Construction Wells Fargo Bank originally donated this property Architect N/A in order for Chinatown CDC to complete the Construction type Rehabilitation necessary seismic upgrades. Along with the Project Began 2006 donation of the building, Wells Fargo Bank also donated the $1,175,189 in order to complete the Project Ended Ongoing seismic renovation. Along with seismic upgrades, Placed in Service Date 2008 the property was also outfitted with a new washer Development Cost $1,100,000 and dryer, replacement of the front stairs, Population Mixed Low Income installation of granite countertops in all unit Families kitchens, carpeting, as well as replacement of the Rents $540-$703 lightwell drain. In addition to the 14 residential units, there is also 3,000 square feet of commercial space available on the first floor leased currently to Wells Fargo. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  2. 2. Parkview Terraces 870 Turk St Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner Funding Sources CTCAC, FHLB AHP Government Agency SF Redevelopment Unit Types 55 studios 45 1-bdrms Overall sq footage 54,500 Parkview Terraces includes 101 units of Contractor Cahill Contractors affordable senior housing, on-site residential Architect Kwan-Henmi/Fougeron services, community areas and retail space. Architecture On site services include social services Construction type New through Northern California Presbyterian Homes & Services and clinic services from the Project Began 2003 Department of Public Health. The Shih Yu- Project Ended Ongoing Lang Central YMCA will also offer fitness programming for residents in the building’s Placed in Service Date 2008 Activity Center. Commercial tenants include Development Cost $33,200,000 RSVP, a volunteer program for persons 55 and Population Senior older, and The Institute of Aging’s Neighborhood Resource Center. Parkview Rents Terraces, through programming and services, is a community committed to supporting 50% SF Median Income Units $832 Studios and 1-Bedrooms $950 healthy aging of residents. Property Management provided by Evans Property 38 Section 8 Units Based on Income Management, Inc. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  3. 3. Broadway Family Apartments 810 Battery St Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Owner, Developer Funding Sources MHP, CDLAC, FHLB AHP, Wells Fargo Bank, CCRC Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 23 studios 24 2-bedrooms 34 3-bedrooms Overall sq footage 62,220 Contractor Roberts Obayashi Broadway Family Apartments is a new 80-unit Architect Solomon ETC affordable housing community located in the Waterfront neighborhood of San Francisco near Construction type New the Chinatown and North Beach area with views of Project Began 2004 Angel Island and the Bay Bridge. This is the first Project Ended Ongoing affordable housing development in several decades for the district. Since the 1989 Loma Prieta Placed in Service Date 2008 Earthquake and the demolition of the Development Cost $34,700,000 Embarcadero Freeway, the site at Broadway and Population Families Battery had been vacant and used as a surface parking lot until 1999 when the City of San Rents Francisco designated it as an affordable housing Studio $345 - $939 development site. There is also retail space on 2-Bedroom $420 - $1,183 3 Bedroom $479 - $1,361 Broadway and a licensed childcare center. Residents also have access to voluntary supportive on site services. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  4. 4. Crescent Cove Mission Bay Site N-5 Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Owner Funding Sources CTCAC, CDLAC, Union Bank Government Agency SF Redevelopment Unit Types 80 studios 90 1-bedrooms 66 2-bedrooms Overall sq footage 155,597 Contractor Nibbi Brothers General Contractors Crescent Cove is the largest affordable housing Architect David Baker and development in the new master-planned Mission Partners Bay Community. The site was purchased by Related Construction type New Companies of California who then partnered with Chinatown CDC to share development and Project Began 2005 ownership responsibilities. The project was Project Ended Ongoing designed to provide workforce housing and is targeted for populations at 50% and 60% rents of Placed in Service Date 2007 the area. Amenities at the complex include modern Development Cost $46,000,000 kitchens, frost-free refrigerators, garbage disposals, Population Mixed Low Income efficient heating systems, stylish bathrooms, and Families ample closet space. There is also a 3,000 square foot Rents community center that includes the Leasing and 50% SF Median Income 60% SF Median Income Management offices, Community Room, and Fitness 48 Studio $784 36 Studio $1150 Center. Nearby areas will also feature a Tot-Lot, 51 1-Bedroom $887 36 1-Bedroom $1228 BBQ area, and Open space. 35 2-Bedroom $989 28 2-Bedroom $1477 Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  5. 5. International Hotel 848 Kearny Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Sponsor, Manager Funding Sources HUD, FHLB AHP, CCDC Capital Campaign Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 104 Studios Overall sq footage 93,671 Contractor Roberts Obayashi Architect Gordon H. Chong & The International Hotel drew national attention in Partners August, 1977 when its elderly Filipino and Chinese residents were physically evicted by San Francisco Construction type New sheriffs in a brutal raid. Community activists then battled the city for 25 years to have affordable Project Began 1994 housing instead of an office high-rise, replace the Project Ended Ongoing torn-down hotel. Their fight has been rewarded with the construction of International Hotel Senior Placed in Service Date 2005 Housing. The $28.8 million project was developed by International Hotel Senior Housing, Inc., and Development Cost $28,800,000 the Chinatown Community Development Center. Their efforts resulted in a community-serving, Population Senior multi-use development containing new senior Very Low housing, a new school, an underground garage, and a Cultural Center operated by the Manilatown Rents Studio $345 - $939 Heritage Foundation. The building now features 2-Bedroom $420 - $1,183 design elements and art depicting the history and 3 Bedroom $479 - $1,361 legacy of the International Hotel. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  6. 6. Namiki Apartments 1776 Sutter St Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner, Manager Funding Sources CTCAC, CDLAC, MHP, FHLB AHP, Citibank FSB Government Agency SF Redevelopment Unit Types 32 1-bedrooms Namiki Apartments is a 34 unit senior project that 1 2-bedroom was built in 1978. This building was originally a Overall sq footage HUD 236 project that housed low-income seniors Contractor NCR Construction and disabled individuals. After learning that the HUD loan that designated their home as affordable Architect Sandra housing was expiring, the 60 senior citizen tenants Vivanco-Architecture of Namiki worked to receive a grant from the SF Construction type Rehabilitation Redevelopment Agency to organize and maintain Project Began 2001 affordable housing. As part of this process, the tenants chose Chinatown CDC (CCDC) to acquire Project Ended Ongoing the development. Working closely with the owner of Placed in Service Date 2001 Namiki, CCDC developed a plan to preserve the building as an affordable housing resource for the Development Cost $7,605,433 community. CCDC officially acquired the property Population Senior in 2001 after securing funding through HUD, CA Very Low Tax Credit, and the SF Redevelopment Agency. Rents Section 8 Along with Notre Dame Apartments and Golden Gate Apartments, Namiki is the third HUD-expiring use development acquired by CCDC. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  7. 7. Notre Dame Apartments 1590 Broadway Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner, Manager Funding Sources CTCAC, CDLAC, Citibank , FSB Government Agency SF Redevelopment Unit Types 144 studios 57 1-bedrooms Notre Dame Apartments is a 204 unit senior housing project that was originally operated as hospital owned Overall sq footage 130,000 by the Sister of Notre Dame. The main building of Contractor LEM/Transworld Notre Dame was constructed in 1909 and the north NCR Construction section was added in 1928. The building was converted Architect Kadama Diseno to residential use in the early 1970’s as apartments for Architects the elderly and disabled. This historical building has been a preservation project for affordable housing in Construction type Rehabilitation the long run. Notre Dame is currently funded by Project Began 2000 HUD and tax credit investors. This project was Project Ended Ongoing preserved as affordable housing after years of organizing by the residents living in the building. The Placed in Service Date 2000 residents are racially mixed with Russian speaking Development Cost $13,000,000 tenants representing 40% of the tenant population. At the time of acquisition, Notre Dame Apartments was Population Senior the largest HUD-expiring use project in San Francisco. Very Low This was the second HUD-expiring use development Rents Section 8 acquired by Chinatown CDC with Golden Gate 30% of Income Apartments being the first. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  8. 8. 665 Clay St Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner, Manager Funding Sources City Seismic Bond Fund Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 10 SROs 13 Studios 1 1-bedroom The struggle to save 665 Clay became the 1 2-bedroom dot.com growth’s equivalent of the I-Hotel. After Overall sq footage 19,238 receiving Ellis Act eviction letters, tenants stage Contractor Transworld a series of organized battles from the front door Architect N/A of City Hall to the alleyways of Chinatown. Construction type Rehabilitation During the 2000 Mayoral race between Mayor Willie Brown and Supervisor Tom Ammiano, the Project Began 2000 blight of the tenants pending eviction scorched Project Ended Ongoing both the mainstream and the ethnic press. Public Placed in Service Date 2000 pressure forced the city to confront the impact of Development Cost $4,000,000 Ellis Act eviction and gentrification during the Population Very Low dot.com bubble as well as resolving the 665 Clay Rents $355 Average eviction. Ultimately, Chinatown CDC’s intervention helped to preserve the building as affordable housing for the families at 665 Clay Street. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  9. 9. Golden Gate Apartments 1820 Post St Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner, Manager Funding Sources CTCAC, CDLAC, Bank of America Government Agency SF Redevelopment Unit Types 72 Studios Golden Gate Apartments is a 72 unit family Overall sq footage 75,000 project in San Francisco’s Japantown/Western Contractor Transworld Addition neighborhood that was subsidized by the SF Redevelopment Agency (SFRA), SF Architect Kodama Diseno Housing Authority, HUD, and the CA Tax Architects Credit Allocation Committee. The SFRA Construction type Rehabilitation guarantees subsidy and maintains long-term Project Began 1999 affordability at Golden Gate Apartments as a preservation project. The SFRA is responsible Project Ended Ongoing for preservation projects and expiring HUD Placed in Service Date 1999 236 projects that are privately owned by for-profit companies. Because HUD will only Development Cost $9,500,000 subsidize a project if a non-profit is involved, Population Mixed Low Income the SFRA had to partner with a non-profit, Families Chinatown CDC in order to keep rents at Rents Section 8 Golden Gate Apartments affordable. Golden Gate Apartments was CCDC’s first HUD-expiring use project. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  10. 10. 1370 California Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner, Manager Funding Sources Bayview Federal Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 25 Studios 22 1-bedrooms 1 2-bedroom 1 3-bedroom 1370 California was acquired by Chinatown CDC Overall sq footage 32,809 through HOME funding. The building suffered Contractor HJ Davies two fires in 1991, prior to Chinatown CDC Architect Mock Wallace purchase. Following the fire, the owner was unable Associates to meet his loan obligations and the building was Construction type Rehabilitation reclaimed by the previous owners. During this Project Began 1994 time, the building remained vacant. Chinatown CDC entered into a purchase agreement with the Project Ended Ongoing owner and agreed to buy the project "as is". Placed in Service Date 1995 Following purchase, the building went through a Development Cost $4,038,000 major renovation that also included two Population 50% and 60% AMI community rooms in addition to housing. Rents $535 Average Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  11. 11. Larkin Pine Senior Housing 1303 Larkin Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner Manager Funding Sources CTCAC, CHRP, Wells Fargo Bank Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing The Post Office located at this site was identified Unit Types 60 SROs 3 1-bedrooms by the American Institute of Architects in 1988 as an ideal site for affordable housing. Based on Overall sq footage 39,202 SF this recommendation, the Mayor’s Office of Contractor Amoroso Housing encouraged Chinatown CDC to negotiate with the Postal Service. The unique Architect Hood Miller characteristic of the housing on this site is that it Associates, Inc. involves the use of air rights. The space above Construction type New the Post Office was leased by Chinatown CDC in Project Began 1993 1991 for 75 years. The four stories of housing was built on a steel platform above the Post Project Ended Ongoing Office roof. On Lok Senior Services also aided Placed in Service Date 1994 in providing design suggestions based on their Development Cost $8,609,585 experience in dealing with independent frail seniors. Larkin Pine Senior Housing is the first Population Senior affordable housing development by a nonprofit Very Low Income in air rights above a U.S. postal facility. Rents $370 Average Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  12. 12. William Penn Hotel 160 Eddy Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner, Manager Funding Sources City of SF, CHRP Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 94 SROs Overall sq footage 41,836 SF Contractor Transworld Construction The William Penn was part of a 4 building Architect Asian Neighborhood renovation project along with the Hamlin, Ritz, Design and Dalt Hotels, by private developer Goldrich Construction type Rehabilitation & Kest (G&K). Chinatown CDC began managing the William Penn in 1991 as part of Project Began 1991 The Tenderloin Hotels, LP partnership with Project Ended Ongoing TNDC. G&K remained involved under the Placed in Service Date 1993 ownership of the North of Market Development Cost $5,038,896 Development Corporation (NOMDC). Population Very Low Chinatown CDC retained a Limited Partnership Rents $420 until 1997 when the organization formally took $494 With Bathroom over the ownership of the project Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  13. 13. Tenderloin Family Apartments 201 Turk Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner Manager Funding Sources CHRP, CTCAC Wells Fargo Bank CitiCorp Government Agency SF Redevelopment Unit Types 12 Studios 81 1-bedrooms 45 2-bedrooms 37 3-bedrooms Chinatown CDC took the extraordinary step of Overall sq footage 185,890 SF not including purchasing and demolishing the 3 story building 26,520 SF garage and 13,600 SF courtyard that existed previously on this site. Funds from the City of San Francisco made it possible for (Contractor Roberts Obayashi acquisition and demolition, but before any Architect Hardison, Komatsu, Ivelich construction could begin Chinatown CDC had & Tucker to raise $15 million in tax credit investor equity. None of these challenges would stop Construction type New Chinatown CDC and the Tenderloin Family Apartments project was completed in 1993. Project Began 1991 The building now provides 175 units to families. The Tenderloin Family Apartments is a Project Ended Ongoing beautiful testimony of how a piece of Placed in Service Date 1993 affordable housing can enhance its community. Chinatown CDC Tenants Services Division Development Cost $35,873,216 provides supporting services such as tutoring and activities for the families living in the Population Very Low building. This reflects Chinatown CDC’s belief 30% AMI that providing services to bring people together to strengthen community and to build social Rents $433-$1000 capital are just as important as providing safe and affordable housing. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  14. 14. Cambridge Hotel 473 Ellis Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner Manager Funding Sources City of San Francisco Bank of the West State of California Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 60 SROs Overall sq footage 26,181 SF With the Central City Hospitality House Contractor Coastal Construction (CCHH) as a co-developer, the Cambridge Project Management Inc. evolved into Chinatown CDC’s first homeless development, providing the homeless with the Architect Asian Neighborhood Design means to achieve self-sufficiency through both Construction type Rehabilitation permanent housing and support services Project Began 1989 including employment counseling, job referrals, education, and skills development. The Project Ended Ongoing Cambridge had been operated as a tourist hotel Placed in Service Date 1991 and some businesses in the Tenderloin protested its use as a special needs housing project, which Development Cost $4,016,030 highlighted the tension in the neighborhood Population Homeless between desires to revitalize the community Rents Section 8 economically and to meet the housing needs of 30% of Income Tenderloin (and broader San Francisco) residents. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  15. 15. The Hamlin Hotel 385 Eddy Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner Funding Sources City, State of CA, HUD Section 8 Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 67 SROs Overall sq footage 25,144 SF Contractor The Hamlin Hotel was part of a 4 building Architect N/A renovation project, along with the Penn, Ritz, and Dalt Hotels, by private developer Goldrich & Construction type Rehabilitation Kest (G&K). When the Hamlin was renovated Project Began 1990 but not opened, a neighborhood protest was spurred against this and management practices Project Ended Ongoing on the other buildings. In 1989, Chinatown Placed in Service Date 1992 CDC joined with Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Cost $3,700,000 Development Corporation to work on a new partnership, The Tenderloin Hotels, LP. G&K Population Very Low retained a limited role in the partnership until Rents 30% Income 1997. The Presbyterian Church in Chinatown Section 8 adopted the building by providing church volunteers to assist in helping tenants with cleaning their rooms as well as other supportive services. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  16. 16. Bayside Elderly Housing 777 Broadway Project Summary Neighborhood Chinatown Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Sponsor Manager Funding Sources HUD Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 31 Studios Though a partnership with the Mayor’s Office Overall sq footage 18,325 SF of Housing and the San Francisco Housing Authority, as well as the instrumental support Contractor James E. Roberts of neighboring public housing tenants Obayashi Corp Chinatown CDC was able to construct this Architect Kodama Associates building on the surface parking lot at the North Ping Yuen, a SF Housing Authority Construction type New public housing project. This housing project was designed specifically for independent Project Began 1989 living by elderly and disabled persons. In addition, the design incorporates amenities for Project Ended Ongoing families of no more than 2 members with Placed in Service Date 1990 heads of household who are at least 62 years of age or disabled and whose income qualify Development Cost $2,509,187 for rental assistance as Very Low Income Families under HUD’s Section 8 program. The Population Very Low building consists of a 1 story parking garage Senior with 3 stories of housing above it. Its community room is also well utilized by the Rents Section 8 community as well as city agencies. 30% of Income Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  17. 17. 9th Avenue Terrace 289 9th Avenue Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Management Agent Funding Sources N/A Government Agency N/A Unit Types 14 SROs Overall sq footage Contractor Architect N/A The 9th Avenue Terraces project was the result Construction type New of a lawsuit by a tenant's association against Project Began 1989 the Bank of Canton to replace 21 affordable Project Ended Ongoing housing units located on Clay street that would Placed in Service Date 1989 be destroyed in order to build a new headquarters for the Bank of Canton. As part Development Cost N/A of this agreement, the Bank of Canton Population Very Low Income replaced 21 units of housing to be managed Rents $200 Average by Chinatown CDC. The 9th Avenue Terraces consists of 14 of those units and is located in the Richmond District of San Francisco. The Bank of Canton would subsidize the building deficit. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  18. 18. St. Claire Residence 585 Geary Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner, Manager Funding Sources Union Savings Bank Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 21 SROs 6 Studios 13 1-bedrooms Overall sq footage 16,100 SF The St. Claire was left to deteriorate and was almost vacant due to lack of repairs and Contractor PFW Associates management by its former owners until an Architect Asian Neighborhood architectural team from Asian Neighborhood Design Design planned the extensive rehabilitation of Construction type Rehabilitation the property. This rehabilitation preserved 21 existing single residential rooms, created 20 Project Began 1986 new apartments and restored the building to its Project Ended Ongoing elegant origins. It was purchased by Chinatown Placed in Service Date 1987 CDC in 1985 with funds from the City of San Francisco and the State of California. The St. Development Cost $2,110,373 Claire continues to serve the residential and Population Very Low social needs of families, the elderly and low- Families income singles living together. Rents $320 Average Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  19. 19. Swiss American 534 Broadway Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner, Manager Funding Sources City, State of CA, Citicorp Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 66 SROs The previous owners of the Swiss American Overall sq footage 20,300 SF neglected to maintain the hotel and left the Contractor Transworld building in poor physical condition. When Construction Chinatown CDC purchased the property in Architect Asian Neighborhood 1984, a rent strike by the tenants was in Design progress to force the owners to make needed improvements to the building. Once the Construction type Rehabilitation property was acquired by Chinatown CDC, Project Began 1983 rehabilitation of the building began. The reconstruction added community rooms and Project Ended Ongoing kitchens, as well as major improvements in the Placed in Service Date 1986 individual units. The Swiss American is now a Development Cost $2,689,121 model of well-designed and sensitively managed housing in a shared living Population Very Low environment. On the ground level, Rents $250 Average Chinatown CDC has leased the storefront to Columbus Books in an effort to preserve the community’s small businesses. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  20. 20. Clayton Hotel 657 Clay Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner, Manager Funding Sources City, State of CA, United Savings Bank Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 82 SROs Overall sq footage 16,850 SF Contractor Leonard Saloman Architect Asian Neighborhood Design Located in what was once Manilatown, Chinatown’s CDC ownership of The Clayton Construction type Rehabilitation Hotel ensures the permanent affordability of a Project Began 1982 portion of the important housing stock that has Project Ended Ongoing been at risk of being converted into offices because of the encroachment of the Financial Placed in Service Date 1983 District. The Clayton, which was the first Development Cost $1,914,982 residential hotel owned and managed by Chinatown CDC, was fully rehabilitated shortly Population Very Low after purchase and includes 4 commercial Rents $145 Average storefronts (whose market rents help subsidize the residential units), the Manilatown Senior Center, and a roof garden. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  21. 21. Wharf Plaza 1855 Kearny Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Limited Partner Funding Sources HUD Section 8 CCDC Equity Bank of America Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 66 Studios 144 1-bedrooms 20 2-bedrooms The Wharf Plaza project was initiated through Overall sq footage advocacy efforts to mandate the development of low-income housing in the Northeast Contractor Williams and Burrows Waterfront area of San Francisco. Chinatown Architect Dennis Singer CDC contributed funds from the City’s Construction type Rehabilitation and Community Development Block Grant to help New Construction overcome acquisition financing obstacles and Project Began 1981 has maintained a 1% limited partnership in the Project Ended Ongoing property. The tenant population now represents Placed in Service Date 1982 a diverse mix of elderly and disabled individuals Development Cost $13,500,000 and families. Seagulls, the slow deep noise of the fog horn and wood shingles give the Wharf Population Mixed Low-Income Families Plaza II apartments its unique character. Rents Section 8 Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
  22. 22. Consorcia 1204 Mason Project Summary Chinatown CDC Role Developer, Owner, Manager Funding Sources Citicorp, SFMOH, DPRLP Government Agency SF Mayor’s Office of Housing Unit Types 18 Studios 6 1-bedrooms The Consorcia is part of an area where the Overall sq footage 12,505 SF Chinese community expanded outside of the immediate core of Chinatown decades ago. It Contractor is the first property acquired, rehabilitated and Architect N/A managed by Chinatown CDC, and the first project in Chinatown in which a nonprofit Construction type Rehabilitation organization has acquired an existing building Project Began 1981 to upgrade and preserve as low income Project Ended Ongoing housing. The ground floor’s 3 commercial spaces are leased at market rents to further Placed in Service Date 1982 subsidized the low rents of the residential Development Cost $1,176,360 units. The Consorcia was named after Population Mixed Low-Income Consorcia “Elsie” Guerrero, who managed the Families building before and after Chinatown CDC acquired it and was a key figure in the lives of Rents $185-$399 the tenants in the building. Chinatown Community Development Center 1525 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133

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