As part of the citywide effort to transform public housing, and the organization’s commitment to serving more members of the community, Community Housing Partnership and BRIDGE Housing broke ground on November 17 to begin construction of 410 China Basin Street in Mission Bay – a 141-unit, 4-story, modular housing project serving individuals who have experienced homelessness. Financial partners include Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure, Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, San Francisco Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee/California Debt Limit Allocation Committee, National Equity Fund, Wells Fargo, and Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco.
410 China Basin Street is designed by award-winning Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects. Cahill Contractors is serving as the general contractor and FactoryOS will manufacture the modular units. The project includes:
● 141 new units of permanent supportive housing (studios with bathroom, kitchen, and storage)
● One main point of entry with 24 hour front desk clerk
● Large, secure, outdoor residential courtyard
● Housing operations office with one manager’s housing unit
● Facilities for onsite case managers, counselors, and medical services
● Tenant community lounge, kitchen, game room, bicycle storage and laundry
● Convenient access to public transit
Community Housing Partnership will own, maintain, and provide resident and clinical service programs for the 141 individuals and veterans who will reside at 410 China Basin. These programs – spanning everything from case management, onsite medical and psychiatric support services, and more – are aimed at supporting residents and promoting self-sufficiency.