SF YIMBY, by Andrew Nelson
Jazzie Collins Apartments has officially opened ahead of schedule at 53 Colton Street in San Francisco’s Hub neighborhood. The six-story building, named after one of the city’s famous social activists, has created 96 new units of permanent supportive housing co-developed by HomeRise and Strada Investment Group. The opening occurred earlier this week with the Mayor in attendance.
HomeRise shares that Jazzie Collins Apartments aims to serve “our community’s most vulnerable, at-risk residents – adults formerly experiencing homelessness here in San Francisco.” Collins herself advocated for the city’s seniors as the Vice Chair for the LGBT Aging Policy Task Force and on the San Francisco Trans March’s board of directors.