Sunnydale Block 9 is the sixth, 100% affordable housing development in the Sunnydale HOPE SF redevelopment of a former San Francisco Housing Authority site and will include 1-bedroom through 4-bedroom units over a podium parking garage, property management, resident services offices, and a residential lounge.
The new neighborhood, also master planned by VMWP from 2007 to 2017, will include approximately 1,700 units, with new streets, parks and infrastructure. Block 9 is located at the intersection of the main neighborhood streets, Sunnydale Avenue and Santos Street. The prominent east wing faces a park, community center and childcare to the east and the community lawn and garden to the south. Embodying a spirit of quiet elegance and welcome, the 95-unit building also features a double height lobby fronted by a generous entry court and linear park as well as two courtyards, one facing north to the McLaren Park hills, and one facing south to Sunnydale Ave and the neighborhood beyond.
- Double height lobby
- South facing common lawn and garden
- Entry court
- Two courtyards
- Client: Related California and Mercy Housing, with the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development
- Architect: Van Meter Williams Pollack
- Associate Architect: KMA
- Site Area: 187,665 SF / 1.2 AC
- Density: 95 units – 79 DU/AC
- Completion: 2024
- Construction est.: TBD