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Crocker Amazon Senior Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
San Francisco, CA - 94112
(415) 586-8940
Details:Crocker Amazon Senior Apartments is an affordable rental housing community with a total of thirty-six Section 8 assisted living units. These affordable apartments provide an independent living environment for seniors. Also known as CASA, the complex was co-developed with Bernal Heights Housing Corporation. Construction on Crocker Amazon Senior Apartments was completed in 2005, after an intensive community process. The site is now a jewel of the Crocker Amazon neighborhood. The three-story, Spanish-style building was constructed on the site formerly occupied by a Mel’s Diner (purportedly, the restaurant was visited by Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy in the 1967 film “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?”) Designed by SGPA Architecture & Planning, the design incorporates features of adjacent homes “honoring” the surrounding residents. A trapezoidal site on a major transit corridor in San Francisco, the complex features a community room with attached kitchen, an exercise room and courtyard garden. Primary development funds were provided by US Department of Housing and Urban Development, Section 202 - Supportive Housing for the Elderly Program, the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Federal Home Loan Bank, San Francisco – Affordable Housing Program (AHP)
Buena Vista Terrace - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
San Francisco, CA - 94117
(415) 864-2873
Details:Acquired from Citizens Housing Corporation in 2010, Buena Vista Terrace is an adaptive reuse of the abandoned Third Church Christ Scientist building in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, illustrating the innovative ways in which modern building technologies can be fused with old styles. The project restored the historically-significant exterior of this circa 1915 Romanesque Revival-style church while four stories of studio and one-bedroom apartments were constructed within the building shell. Individual apartments include full kitchens and private baths. The common space amenities include several lounge areas, a library, a laundry facility and a comfortable community space on the first floor. Some of the original decorative plaster work has been integrated into the design of the public spaces. Green features include Energy Star rated appliances and energy-efficient lighting fixtures. Jewish Family and Children’s Services’ Seniors at Home Program provides services that address the specific needs of seniors. Awards received by the development include the 2008 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards and Best Historic Preservation Excellence Award from the Structural Engineers Association of California; 2008 Readers’ Choice Awards for the Nation’s Best Affordable Housing Development and Best Historic Rehab from Affordable Housing Finance Magazine; 2008 Gold Nugget “Best of the West” Grand Award at the Pacific Coast Builder’s Conference (PCBC) in the Best Adaptive Re-use Project Category; 2008 Best Affordable Residential Property Real Estate Deal of the Year from the San Francisco Business Journal; and the 2008 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards’ Retrofit/Alteration Award of Merit from the Structural Engineers Association of Northern California.
Elan Pointe Vista - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Vista, CA - 92084
(760) 758-1146
Details:Elán Pointe Vista Apartment Homes for rent in Vista, CA is a gorgeous community with lush landscape located within the popular Shadowridge Community. Elán Pointe Vista is a distinctive and desirable place to live. In addition to its golf courses, the breathtaking landscape, centralized shopping, schools, and recreational facilities make our community a welcoming choice. Our apartments for rent in Vista, CA features one bedroom floor plans that include balconies or patios, gas stoves, wall heaters, very spacious closets, ceiling fans, refrigerators, garbage disposals, and courtyard views for select units. The community also boasts a lush landscaping, on-site laundry facility, carport, designated motorcycle parking, courtyard with table to enjoy the outdoors, and friendly on-site Staff with full-time emergency Maintenance to meet all your maintenance needs. Elán Pointe Vista welcomes cats and dogs; please see our pet policy as some restrictions may apply. Enjoy major retail shopping at the Westfield Plaza Mall, fine local dining, or visit Southern California's famous attractions including LEGOLAND California, SeaWorld, Disneyland, and the world-famous San Diego Zoo. Become a part of the Elán Pointe Vista community, where our quality will meet your every expectation.
All Hallows Community - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
San Francisco, CA - 94124
(415) 550-1637
Details:All Hallows Community, located in Southeast San Francisco, features 45 units of permanent affordable housing and supportive services for low-income seniors. The property includes on-site management, Resident Services and a community room. The property is conveniently located within walking distance to public transportation, a bicycle route and a neighborhood park.
Alcantara Court - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 552-8247
Details:Alcantara Court is a 50 unit apartment complex for seniors built by Mission Housing Development Corporation in 1998. The builder was James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corporation General Contractors. The designers were architects Daniel Solomon, Anne Torney, and John Ellis of Solomon E.T.C. The 20,000 square foot site consists of two 4-story buildings around a mid-block courtyard. Amenity spaces - a large multi-purpose community room with kitchen, a physical therapy room, a library, and a community garden - were located on circulation routes. This arrangement encourages seniors to come out of their units and participate in the social life of the building. Laundry facilities and a parking garage are also found on the premises. The landscaped open areas of the complex feature planted areas with palms and columnar trees, and a central garden courtyard accessible to all residents for outdoor gatherings and casual seating. Residents find gardening in the smaller planting areas is therapeutic.

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