David Baker Architects

222 Taylor Family Housing


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The vision for this community is to actively engage the Tenderloin. Image: David Baker Architects

Located at the southwest corner of Eddy and Taylor Streets, this 100% affordable family housing project will provide 113 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units in an 8-story mixed-use building with landscaped open space and ground-floor commercial space. The retail area is slated to house a mid-size grocery store.

 

2017.07.25 Foundations are going in at 222 Taylor. Image: David Baker Arhitects

2015.03.20 Aerial rendering of 222 Taylor Family Housing. Image: David Baker Architects

2015 Vignette of retail from across Taylor Street. Image: David Baker Architects

2015.03.20 View from the sidewalk outside TNDC's Curran House affordable family apartments. Image: David Baker Architects

Just up the street from Curran House, Eddy & Taylor Family Housing continues the work that TNDC is doing to bring affordable family housing to the underserved Tenderloin neighborhood.
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Typical upper residential floor, 3 through 9. Image: David Baker Architects

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Ground level plan. Image: David Baker Architects

2015 Street level view down Taylor Street. Image: David Baker Architects

2015 The entry to the affordable family housing from Taylor Street. Image: David Baker Architects

TAYLOR STREET

Taylor Street runs up hill to the enormous Hyatt Hotel tower.

Taylor Street context elevation with Hilton Hotel tower built in the 1970s. Image: David Baker Architects

2015 View from across the street at 222 Taylor Street. Image: David Baker Architects

EDDY STREET

The Eddy Street elevation showing how the "slot" aligns with the neighboring historic building's cornice line. Image: David Baker Architects

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2015.03.20 Aerial rendering of 222 Taylor Family Housing. Image: David Baker Architects

2015.03.20 View from the sidewalk outside TNDC's Curran House affordable family apartments. Image: David Baker Architects

The vision for this community is to actively engage the Tenderloin. Image: David Baker Architects

2015 View from across the street at 222 Taylor Street. Image: David Baker Architects

2015 View from up Eddy Street. Image: DBA

2015 Vignette of retail from across Taylor Street. Image: David Baker Architects

2015 view down Taylor Street. Image: David Baker Architects

2015 Street level view down Taylor Street. Image: David Baker Architects

2015 The entry to the affordable family housing from Taylor Street. Image: David Baker Architects

Context plan. Image: David Baker Architects

Ground level plan. Image: David Baker Architects

Typical upper residential floor, 3 through 9. Image: David Baker Architects

Eddy Street has important historic context. Image: David Baker Architects

The Eddy Street elevation showing how the "slot" aligns with the neighboring historic building's cornice line. Image: David Baker Architects

Taylor Street context elevation with Hilton Hotel tower built in the 1970s. Image: David Baker Architects

Taylor Street block elevation. Image: David Baker Architects

2017.07.25 Foundations are going in at 222 Taylor. Image: David Baker Arhitects

2008 Computer visualization of 222 Taylor Street family housing from the roof of Curran House. Image: David Baker Architects

Aerial rendering of Eddy + Taylor Family Housing.

2008 View of the market corner. Image: David Baker Architects

Eddy Street elevation.

2008 View from the adjacent TNDC-DBA collaboration, Curran House. Image: David Baker Architects

2008 Study for residential entry on Eddy Street. Image: David Baker Architects

2008 Taylor Street elevation. Image: David Baker Architects

12.15.2008 Taylor Street sketch elevation by David Baker.

2008 Detail rendering of the windows. Image: David Baker Architects

project details

Category

Affordable Housing, All Projects, Apartments, Mid-Rise Housing, Mixed-Use, On the Boards, San Francisco

​Location

San Francisco, California

Client

Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation

Architect

David Baker Architects

Contractor

Cahill Contractors

Civil Engineer

Sandis

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www.dbarchitect.com/222Taylor

 

project data
222 Taylor Family Housing            20618 
Eddy + Taylor Streets
San Francisco, California
Under Construction
number of units
studio 16
1 bedroom 14
2 bedroom 68
3 bedroom 15
total  113
commercial
retail sf 5,500
density ratios
project sf 126,000
site sf 22,355
acres 0.51
total bedrooms 211
bedrooms/acre  414
units/acre  221
parking
total 0