4840 Mission Street | San Francisco, CA

Community Minded Mixed-Use Affordable Housing

Description

4840 Mission Street is the first portion of a two-phase, ±400 unit redevelopment in the Excelsior neighborhood of San Francisco. 4840 Mission Street proposes to create 175 affordable housing units (41% of total units) over a 53,000 sq. ft. commercial grocery store, and a 10,000 sq. ft. Mission Neighborhood Health Center. Below grade parking is included for both retail and residential uses. The affordable housing component will include a mix of mix of studio, 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms homes around three private residential courtyard. 4840 Mission Street seeks to provide affordable family oriented housing along with vibrant public spaces, new retail and community serving uses.

DESIGN FEATURES

  • Private outdoor space for residents in the form of courtyards
  • Housing above a commercial grocery store
  • Strong urban street presence on both the commercial and residential sides of the project

GREEN FEATURES

  • Solar hot water & on-site energy generation
  • Low flow plumbing
  • Drought tolerant landscaping
  • Natural ventilation
  • Low/No VOC paint and finishes
  • Storm water filtration & detention through bioswales and planters

PROJECT INFORMATION

  • Building size/acres: 300,000 sq. ft./ 1.45 acres
  • Density: 120 du/ac, 175 units
  • Completion: Fall 2021

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