Posted on: March 16, 2021
The second phase of the approved master plan for redeveloping the 33-acre public housing development atop Potrero Hill, a five-phase plan which aims to eventually rebuild over 600 units of distressed public housing and create an additional 155 affordable homes, along with approximately 800 market rate units spread across the site, with new community facilities, retail, open space, and neighborhood services, is underway.
Encompassing 4-acres of land bounded by 25th, 26th, Wisconsin and Connecticut Streets at the southern end of the Potrero Terrace and Annex Public Housing site, Phase 2 of the Potrero HOPE project will yield a new 157-unit affordable building and between 150 and 200 units of market rate housing, along with a new fiberoptic line which will provide free internet access to all affordable housing residents across the site. And with the infrastructure portion of the second phase slated to be completed next spring, construction is expected to begin next year.
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