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1567 California In nine stories, 1567 California will bring a dense mixed-use gateway to the corner of Polk and California Streets in San Francisco.

222 Taylor Street 222 Taylor is an affordable housing project with a ground-level grocery for low-income individuals and families of the Tenderloin District.

300 Ivy The LEED Platinum mixed-used design of 300 Ivy brings apartments, townhouses, and shops within steps of Hayes Valley's main drag.

388 Fulton These 69 affordable-by-design smart urban micro-units in Hayes Valley were designed in conjunction with a new Boys and Girls Clubhouse and recognized by the SF Chronicle and AIA SF Design Awards.

847-848 Fairfax Avenue David Baker Architects teamed up with Paulett Taggart Architects to design 847-848 Fairfax Avenue, 107 affordable public homes for two steeply sloped blocks in Hunters View.

855 Brannan 855 Brannan is a mixed-use housing and retail development with mid-block passages turn a full city block into a small neighborhood at the meeting of SOMA and Potrero Hill in San Francisco's Design District.

901 Fairfax Avenue Part of the Hunters View redevelopment in San Francisco, 901 Fairfax was designed by DBA in tandem with Paulett Taggart Architects, offers 72 new affordable homes, community hub, and a child-care center.

Armstrong Place Senior Winner of a 2012 ULI Global Excellence Award, Armstrong Place Senior created 116 affordable homes for seniors in San Francisco's Bayview District.

Bayview Hill Gardens With a community garden at its heart, Bayview Hill Gardens provides 73 stable new homes for at-risk families and youth in San Francisco.

Bini's Kitchen Bini's Kitchen is a pro bono restaurant design for food entrepreneur and La Cocina Incubator graduate Bini Pradhan in San Francisco.

Curran House The Curran House offers 67 families an affordable refuge from the rough-and-tumble Tenderloin with green spaces, vegetable gardens, private balconies, and spacious apartments in San Francisco.

Five88 Facing the UCSF campus, this multifamily affordable building brings 200 homes and neighborhood retail to the developing Mission Bay area.

Folsom & Dore The first new building in San Francisco to be LEED Silver Certified, Folsom + Dore brought 98 healthy, sustainable homes to low-income tenants with special needs.

Indiana Industrial Lofts Three stories of working lofts in Potrero Hill, the 18 homes at Indian Industrial Lofts comprise volumes broken into blocks to keep things interesting inside and out.

La Fénix at 1950 La Fénix at 1950 Mission is the first 100% affordable rental housing for San Francisco's Mission District in a decade.

Mason on Mariposa A new mixed-use development that brings market-rate and affordable homes, commercial space, and a publicly accessible greenway to the base of Potrero Hill.

Potrero 1010 Bringing 453 homes—including 90 permanently affordable units—art spaces, and a range of shops and services to the base of Potrero Hill, the design transforms an existing street into a public park, adding nearly an acre of open space to the neighborhood.

Richardson Apartments Green, supportive studio apartments, medical clinic, and neighborhood-serving retail in Hayes Valley.

Saint Frank Coffee An airy artisan coffee bar and community space in Russian Hill.

Tahanan Supportive Housing Using modular off-site construction technology to house formerly homeless adults rapidly.

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