Mosaica, located in the Mission District of San Francisco consists of 151 units of mixed-use, affordable rental and ownership housing. This property will include 93 units of low-income housing for families earning 25% to 50% of the area median income (AMI), 24 units for low-income seniors earning between 15% and 35% of AMI, and 34 ownership units.
The Fireside Apartments is a 50-unit transit-oriented affordable housing development that will serve low-income families and seniors. A total of 20 units of this property will serve formerly homeless families and seniors with disabilities. Eligible low-income families and seniors will earn between 15% and 60% of the area median income (AMI). The architectural design emphasizes sustainable development and building methods and features the adaptive reuse of the historic Fireside Inn building.
Folsom/Dore is the first building in Northern California to receive LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Citizens Housing Corporation worked with the City of San Francisco to build 98 units of affordable housing for low- and very low income residents with a variety of special needs. The development includes 3,200 square feet of community space that houses on-site supportive services for residents. The building is in a mixed-use neighborhood in San Francisco's South of Market area, which is home to a variety of small businesses.