Chinatown CDC residents tour 18 newly rehabilitated units at 227 Bay

Kitchen remodeling: new plywood cabinetry, quartz countertops, and high-efficiency appliances.
Flooring replacement: new rubber flooring in the bathrooms and front halls, and new non-vinyl plank flooring in the kitchens and living/sleeping areas


On April 22, Chinatown Community Development Center staff welcomed residents on tours for the 18 rehabilitated units at 227 Bay, San Francisco. The event was highlighted by a blessing from Chinatown CDC’s Executive Director Rev. Norman Fong and accompanied with cheers from residents.

During the tours, residents visited the rehabilitated units to find remodeled kitchens and bathrooms, and improved ventilation and lighting systems. In addition, two mobility accessible units were created with roll-in-showers. AmOne Corporation provided the general contracting services for the rehabilitation of the property.

227 Bay will be rehabilitated in three phases with expected completion in 2017. Chinatown CDC assumed ownership and management of 227 Bay in November 2015 under the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program, through which Chinatown CDC will be rehabilitating 576 units of public housing in and around Chinatown.

Bathroom remodeling: new tub, quartz shower surround, medicine cabinet, and high-efficiency plumbing fixtures
Lighting replacement: new LED light fixtures.


April 22, 2016
 
 
 

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