David Baker Architects

AUGUST 6, 2016

Bicycle Tour: Everyone Deserves Good Design

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Please bring your own bike, lock, water, and helmet!

Hop on your bike for a rolling tour of urban housing on Saturday, August 6.
Join us for coffee at the DBA office, beer in Hayes Valley, and a range of S.F. housing developments—from market-rate microunits to supportive homeless apartments—along the way.

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August 6, 2016, 11 a.m.

$10; SPUR members only
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Pre-ride coffee and bagels:
David Baker Architects
461 Second Street, Loft c127
San Francisco, 94107

DBA offices. Image: Stephen Searer

FIVE88 Workforce Housing

Affordable mixed-use housing for the Mission Bay South Redevelopment Area.

FIVE88 Workforce Housing is an affordable mixed-use building bringing 200 residences and 10,000 sf of neighborhood-serving retail space to Mission Bay. Image: David Baker Architects



Potrero 1010

This expansive new development's 453 units include 90 affordable rental homes.

Potrero 1010 brings 453 new homes, a one-acre public park, and community art spaces to the foot of Potrero Hill. Image: David Baker Architects



Richardson Apartments

This award-winning housing for formerly homeless individuals also features neighborhood-serving restaurants and shops.

Richardson Apartments, completed in 2012, features 120 permanent supportive studio homes in the heart of the city. Image: Matthew Millman



388 Fulton Street

Check out the first market-rate micro-units to hit the local market.


Take in the views from the roof deck of the freshly completed 388 Fulton Street in Hayes Valley. Image: David Baker Architects