990 Pacific

990 Pacific

Address: 990 Pacific
Phone: 415-392-3727

The re-opening of 990 Pacific Avenue marks the second project completed by Chinatown CDC as part of HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program. The City of San Francisco selected Chinatown CDC to assume ownership and management of 990 Pacific Avenue and undertake an extensive construction project, including a major seismic retrofit that required all residents to be relocated off-site for 12 months. Completed in spring 2018, this timely intervention was also an opportunity to bring the building’s other systems up to current standards and provide residents with beautifully renovated apartments and a new senior exercise room. Comprehensive support services are now provided to help residents maintain their highest potential level of independence and quality of life.

Experience "Coming Home: The 990 Pacific Relocation Story" and stories of residents at cominghome990pacific.org.

Building Information
Square Footage: 68,875
Unit Type: 74 studios, 18 one-bedroom
Resident Services: Provided by Chinatown CDC
Waiting List: CLOSED
Chinatown CDC Role: Developer, Owner, Manager
Funding Sources: San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, San Francisco Housing Authority, Freddie Mac Multifamily, California Debt Limit Allocation Committee, Enterprise Community Partners, NeighborWorks, San Francisco Department of Aging and Adult Services
Contractor: BBI Construction
Architect: Gelfand Partners Architects and MEI Architects
Construction Type: Rehabilitation
Development Cost: $65,000,000

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