David Baker Architects

Hunters View Phase 3


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Aerial view of Hunters View including 853 and 855 Hunters View Drive. Image: David Baker Architects

853 and 855 Hunters View Drive comprise the Phase III component of the Hunters View HOPE SF project, which includes both public housing replacement units and tax credit units. As a result, all 118 units will be for rent at below market-rate.

The ground floor of 853 will feature a San Francisco Public Library Outpost outfitted with Internet access, available to all residents of the neighborhood, who experience disproportionately less access to library and learning facilities. The ground floor of 855 will include space for a future restaurant or market, filling a critical gap in a neighborhood with poor access to healthy foods. The project will also include the development of all new infrastructure for the western end of Hunters View, including new streets, streetlights, sidewalks, and streetscape landscaping. 

853 and 855 frame a new neighborhood open space, Bayview Park. At almost 3/4 of an acre it will be the  largest open space in the Hunters View neighborhood, and fwill eature multiple elements for residents of all ages, including play structures for children, picnic and barbeque areas for families, and shaded seating for seniors and others to interact, relax, and enjoy views of the Bay. It is being designed with extensive community input by Fletcher Studio Landcape Architects.

Sustainability diagram. Image: David Baker Architects

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855 features 4 and 5 bedroom apartments. Image: David Baker Architects

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The Library. Image: David Baker Architects

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853 frames one side of the new Bayview Park. Image: David Baker Architects

Close up of the San Francisco Library Outpost entry. Image: David Baker Architects

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Stoops link residences to the new public Bayview Park. Image: David Baker Architects

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Sustainability diagram. Image: David Baker Architects

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Typical residential floor plan level showing 3, 4, and 5 bedroom apartments. Image: David Baker Architects

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Site plan illustrating the two buildings framing the new Bayview Park. Public uses include retail and a San Francisco Library Outpost. Image: David Baker Architects

Phase III context plan. Image: David Baker Architects

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Min Design color study of west elevation. Image: Min Design

Phase III context plan. Image: David Baker Architects

Sustainability diagram. Image: David Baker Architects

Aerial view of Hunters View context 2020. Image: David Baker Architects

Aerial view of Hunters View including 853 and 855 Hunters View Drive. Image: David Baker Architects

855 features 4 and 5 bedroom apartments. Image: David Baker Architects

The Library. Image: David Baker Architects

853 frames one side of the new Bayview Park. Image: David Baker Architects

Close up of the San Francisco Library Outpost entry. Image: David Baker Architects

Stoops link residences to the new public Bayview Park. Image: David Baker Architects

Typical residential floor plan level showing 3, 4, and 5 bedroom apartments. Image: David Baker Architects

Site plan illustrating the two buildings framing the new Bayview Park. Public uses include retail and a San Francisco Library Outpost. Image: David Baker Architects

Min Design color study of west elevation. Image: Min Design

Min Design color study. Image: Min Design

project details

Category

Affordable Housing, All Projects, On the Boards

​Location

San Francisco, California

Developer

John Stewart Company

Architect

David Baker Architects

Associate Architect

Min Design

Landscape Architect

Fletcher Studio

Permalink

www.dbarchitect.com/HuntersViewPhase3

project data
853 and 855 Hunters View Drive 21721
San Francisco, California
number of units
1 bedroom 52
2 bedroom 11
3 bedroom 16
4 bedroom 34
5 bedroom 5
total 118
density ratios
project sf 173,000
site sf 63,168
acres 1.45 (+.71 acre park)
total bedrooms 283
bedrooms/acre 195
units/acre 81
construction type
5 stories Type IIIA, Type IA (garage)
certifications
LBC certification pathway  
LEED for Homes