1064-1068 MISSION HOUSING

1064-1068 MISSION HOUSING

“Permanent Supportive Housing is an integral part of our Homelessness Recovery Plan, and every new unit we add helps people exit our shelter system and makes more space available in shelter for people who are currently on the streets,”

City of San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed

Modular Shelter: Largest permanent supportive housing in San Francisco

This 100% supportive housing project will provide shelter for formerly chronically homeless adults and seniors along with community spaces, support services, lobbies, reception and administrative offices. The project includes a 14,000-sf clinic and a 6,000-sf culinary arts learning kitchen for students experiencing or who have experienced homelessness.

 

The upper four and 1/2 levels of the building features Type III, wood-framed, factory-built modular units for the apartments totaling roughly 87,000-sf. The site-built portion, which houses the on-site amenities, includes one and ½ levels of Type I concrete construction, with flat-plate, post-tensioned concrete slabs and concrete shear walls.

 

Project Highlights

 

  • 256 studio apartments; 103 units reserved for seniors.
  • Modular units, which arrive to the site substantially finished and are installed by crane, allow for a reduced construction schedule. The modular units will also form the corridors, elevator shafts, emergency egress stairs, and laundry rooms.
  • The building has drilled pier foundations.
Location: 
San Francisco, California
Square Feet: 
17,400-SF
Stories: 
6
Type: 
Structural
Sector: 
Commercial

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