San Francisco CA | Completed
These 98 supportive homes serve tenants with special needs, such as physical and developmental disabilities, HIV/AIDS, and chronic homelessness. This innovative mixed-income community was one of the first to mix unhoused residents with people making up to 60% of AMI.
The entry garden court and green stair, filled with giant bamboo, provide a transitional decompression space between the homes and the hard urban environment outside. Residential parking has been greatly reduced, making way for a hybrid car-share vehicle and protected bicycle parking.
In awarding the project the Home Depot Foundation Award, the committee cited the project as “...one of the most innovative, multi-dimensional green affordable housing projects in the country.”
75 Dore Street
San Francisco, CA