The senior residents of Parkview Terrace enjoy a wide range of services including the Shih Yu-Lang Central YMCA fitness programs for residents in the building’s Activity Center, social services through Northern California Presbyterian Homes & Services, and clinic services from the Department of Public Health. Parkview Terrace's “sister” project, Mary Helen Rogers Senior Community, one block away and
scheduled to open in 2013, will work in conjunction with Parkview Terrace to provide even more services to seniors – health and wellness, education, and social – between the two buildings.
The building is located on the site of the former on-ramp for the Central Freeway, a portion of which was demolished following the Loma Prieta earthquake. Chinatown CDC, in partnership with AF Evans Company, was selected to develop the site by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency.
Population: Senior Square Footage: 54,500 Unit Type: 55 Studios, 45 1-bedrooms Resident Services: Provided by Northern California Presbyterian Homes and Services Waiting List: For current wait list information please contact the property at the phone number above
Chinatown CDC Role: Developer, Owner Funding Sources: SF Redevelopment Agency, CTCAC, FHLB AHP Contractor: Cahill Contractors Architect: Kwan-Henmi/Fougeron Architecture Construction Type: New Development Cost: $33,200,000