The development of Buena Vista Terrace entailed the adaptive reuse of the historic and abandoned Third Church Christ Scientist building in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco into 40 units of affordable senior housing. This property includes 33 studios and 7 one-bedroom apartments and accommodates seniors who are 62 years old and older who earn less than 50% of the area median income (AMI). The residents of this project will pay 30% of their income toward rent.
The Altenheim (German for "Elder's Home"), a seniors' residence on a six-acre campus in Oakland's Diamond district, was founded in the 1890s by immigrants from German-speaking countries. Phase I of the renovation project restored the beautiful campus and grounds and created 93 apartments and community and service space that houses on-site supportive services and programs for residents. After the second phase is complete, the new restored campus will consist of 174 beautiful, brand-new senior housing units available to seniors earning 20% to 55% of area median income.
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 Polk and Geary Senior Apartments is a new construction project that will provide 110 units of safe, quality, affordable housing with links to essential supportive services for low-income seniors. Fifty units in this property will serve seniors who have been homeless or are at risk of homelessness. 10 units in this project will service residents with mental health disabilities. Neighborhood amenities include grocery stores, restaurants, retail shops, the St. Francis Hospital, and other health care centers.
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.