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More Housing Proposed For San Francisco's Tenderloin

WASHINGTON DC 06.15.2017

MID-ATLANTIC HEALTHCARE REAL ESTATE FORUM

Development, Leasing, and the Impact of Regulatory Reform

Paula Crowley -- Anchor Health Properties
Gill Wylie -- Johns Hopkins Medical Management Corporation
Charles Weinstein -- ​Children's National Medical Center
More Housing Proposed For San Francisco's Tenderloin
Rendering of the proposed building at 550 O'Farrell in San Francisco

San Francisco’s Tenderloin may soon be getting 115 units of housing. The city received a formal application in April for a 13-story, 130-foot building owned by Sandhill O’Farrell, SocketSite reports. The Brick-designed building at 550 O’Farrell St. would include two levels of parking at grade for 21 cars.

The building would include about 87K SF of new residential with a mix of studios and one-bedroom units under 600 SF; 29 units would be below-market. A rooftop deck and 1,400 SF of retail space will be included. The plan will raze an existing two-story garage at the location.

Earlier in April, another Tenderloin project was proposed that would build more than 200 prefabricated units of workforce housing.