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Low Income Housing and Subsidized Apartments in San Francisco, CA

Below is the listing of 109 affordable apartments and low-income housing in San Francisco, CA. Some apartments listed here will require prospective residents to meet income eligibility requirements and other guidelines specific to a housing authority, and other properties will be open to all residents needing affordable housing.

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Abel Gonzales Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 641-8003
Details: Abel Gonzalez Apartments is a 30-unit apartment complex for seniors built by Mission Housing Development Corporation in 1992. The building is a four-story, over basement, reinforced concrete, steel frame structure intended to be fireproof. The 65′ x 115′ rectangular lot is on the east side of Capp Street between 25th and 26th Streets. The original design style was Classical Revival/Industrial, however this style was altered in the transition to an apartment building. Now clad in brick and smooth stucco, the primary façade faces west and includes eight structural bays. Decorative features at the primary façade include rusticated pilasters at the building’s corners, sill courses at third-story windows and an intermediate fretted cornice between the third and fourth floor. The primary façade terminates in a bracketed cornice. Windows on the north façade retain the exterior roll-down shades, hood and rails. A large common area, serves as kitchen, recreation room and space for community meetings. Color coding of each floor assists seniors in identifying their floors. The colors also help reduce the institutional feel often pervasive in multi-unit senior housing.
Alcantara Court - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (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.
Alexander Residence - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 441-0260
Details: Affordable housing at the Alexander Residence, which has operated as a HUD-insured Section 8 senior building for over 25 years, was put at risk when the prior owners were given the right to pre-pay their mortgage and opt-out of the Section 8 program. In December 2000, TNDC, in partnership with the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency (SFRA), purchased the Alexander Residence to prevent the displacement of the building’s tenants and insure long-term affordability. SFRA owns the land, while TNDC owns the building and leases the land from SFRA. Continued affordability will now be guaranteed for 99 years. The renovation of the building, financed by SFRA (a commercial loan) and Low Income Housing Tax Credits, included system upgrades, fire and life safety improvements, accessibility upgrades, and quality of life improvements. It was completed in 2004. 18 units are designated for Housing Opportunities for People with AIDs (HOPWA) eligible tenants. The project also created a new commercial space and a new multi-purpose room for tenant use.
Alexis Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 495-3690

All Hallows Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (415) 647-8439

All Hallows Community - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (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.
Ammel Park Cooperative Homes - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 863-7734
Details: Managed by HumanGood, Ammel Park Cooperative Homes serves low-income residents just blocks from San Francisco City Hall and everything else the city has to offer. The 120 apartments at Ammel Park Cooperative Homes are one- to four-bedroom units and include: Washer and dryer hook-ups (three- and four-bedroom units). Community amenities include: Onsite laundry facilities; Community room; Onsite resident parking; Offsite guest and visitor parking; Play structure for resident children.
Antonia Manor - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 771-2446
Details: The Antonia Manor was an expiring-use Section 8 building acquired by TNDC in December 2000 with the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency under its “Preservation” program to preserve the affordability of the property’s 134 units. Financing was through tax-exempt bonds, as issued by the Redevelopment Agency along with a letter of credit from Citibank, and 4% Low-Income Housing Tax Credits. The majority of the residents in this 100% Section 8 building are seniors and the other residents are non-senior persons with disabilities. The building received an upgrade to all its major systems including electrical, heating and ventilation, plumbing, and its two elevators, as well as significant structural improvements. The units received a “kitchenette” that includes a sink, refrigerator, microwave and storage cabinets. TNDC provides a social worker and activities coordinator to support the resident population.
Apartamentos De La Esperanza - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 626-5513
Details: Esperanza Apartments and Betel Apartments were the first major new construction undertakings for Mission Housing. Both were completed in 1976. The original design architect for Esperanza was Burger & Coplan; the contractor was Mapco Construction. The development features a landscaped garden terrace and a community room. The garden courtyard provides a quiet, secure space to warm in the sun or enjoy lunch with neighbors. The entire Esperanza Apartments complex was completely refurbished in 2015. Residents were relocated and their furnishings put in storage as construction crews moved from building-to-building. Units were gutted down to the frame and modernized with new appliances, woodworking, flooring and ventilation. Asbestos mitigation was performed, and upgrades to energy, lighting, insulation and water efficiency were made. Improvements were also made to the exterior, common areas and the garage. BASIS Architecture & Consulting designed the refurb. Nibbi Brothers General Contractors was in charge of the 100% union construction job. The rehab was accomplished with zero public funds. After the preservation undertaking was completed, Mission Housing staff, local dignitaries, builders and others attended a re-dedication ceremony that celebrated the completion of the Esperanza and Colosimo complexes.
Armstrong Place Senior Housing - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (415) 822-1260
Details: Armstrong Place Senior Housing is located in San Francisco’s Bayview District, along the Third Street light rail line, just a block from the light rail stop, and across the street from Bayview Playground and the Martin Luther King swimming pool. The complex provides 116 affordable apartments for seniors, seventy one of which are HUD subsidized. Adjacent to affordable for-sale housing in the Armstrong Townhomes, the property’s amenities include 9,000 square feet of commercial space, community services and retail shops. The property surrounds a courtyard rain garden and has several communal spaces. Twenty-three of the apartments are set aside for formerly homeless seniors participating in San Francisco’s Direct Access to Housing Program. These residents are eligible for intensive social services which will enable them to transition in to independent living.
Autumn Glow Alzheimer's Care Home - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 934-1622
Details: Autumn Glow Alzheimer’s Care Home in San Francisco is designed for those afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. The facility is located in the Hayes Valley district of San Francisco, close to Japantown, and the San Francisco City Hall. This senior housing facility holds fifteen seniors in nine bedrooms, with a 24-hour around the clock care. Autumn Glow has three private and six semi-private bedrooms in a two-story Victorian building. This assisted living facility also has a large room in the basement consisting of a dining room and activity center, common areas on each floor, and a rooftop garden. The facility offers 24 hour affordable housing and licensed quality care for the frail and disabled ambulatory and non-ambulatory residents. To qualify for the Autumn Glow Alzheimer’s Care Home, residents must be over the age of 60 and affected with Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia. Residents who are within HUD low income criteria can receive HUD rental assistance
Banneker Homes, Inc. - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 563-7450
Details: Banneker Homes boasts 108 apartment units with off-street parking in a prime San Francisco location that’s minutes from downtown and convenient to public transportation. In 2007, an $11M renovation improved structural integrity, common grounds and security systems on the property. Interior improvements to over 60% of the property included new carpeting, flooring, cabinetry, countertops, kitchen appliances, bathroom vanities, closet doors and plumbing systems.
Bayside Elderly Housing - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94133
Contact Phone: (415) 981-7119
Details: Through a partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Housing and the San Francisco Housing Authority, as well as the instrumental support of neighboring public housing tenants, Chinatown CDC was able to construct this building on the surface parking lot at the North Ping Yuen, a SF Housing Authority public housing project. The building was designed specifically for independent living by elderly and disabled persons, families who qualify for rental assistance as “Very Low Income Families” under HUD’s Section 8 program. The building consists of a single story parking garage with 3 stories of housing above it. Its community room is also well utilized by the community.
Bayview Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone:

Bernal Gateway Apartments
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 641-6129

Betel Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 285-5966
Details: Betel Apartments is family affordable housing featuring multi level garden apartments, a common area courtyard, laundry room and a community room. The site was formerly a Safeway market. The grocer closed the store and donated the site to the city. As time passed the empty building became a focal point for undesirable neighborhood activity. An overwhelming need for affordable housing, and a community initiative targeting under-utilized and abandoned properties, spurred Mission Housing Development Corporation to purchase the site and develop Betel Apartments.
Bethany Center - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 821-4515
Details: Bethany Center’s core mission is to provide a home for its residents and to meet their individual needs. In addition to providing affordable and service-supported housing, Bethany Center offers programs for the whole person, programs that strengthen creativity, health, productivity and independence to greatly enhance one’s quality of life. All programs at Bethany Center are provided by Ruth’s Table, the art and wellness space located on Bethany Center’s ground floor.
Britton Courts - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94134
Contact Phone: (415) 239-1977
Details: Located across the street from Mercy Housing's Heritage Homes, Britton Courts is comprised of 92 units serving low-income families in the Vistacion Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, California. Developed in partnership with Housing Conservation and Development Corporation, Britton Courts was built as part of the replacement housing for the demolished Geneva Towers. This comprehensive community development highlights Mercy Housing's commitment to addressing the need for not just affordable housing, but also for services that allow families the ability to become stable. Additionally, co-owning and developing the property highlights Mercy Housing's commitment to finding strategic partners that will benefit the entire community.
Buchanan Park Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 563-1885
Details: Buchanan Park is located in the Western Addition area of San Francisco, near a shopping plaza, schools, public transportation, medical facilities and parks. A mix of townhouses and low-rise buildings, this multi-family community has a beautifully landscaped courtyard, a fenced play area and an outdoor recreation area with a basketball court. Inside is a community room and computer lab with an instructor for adults and youth. Resident services include after school tutorial programs and recreational activities for children.
Buena Vista Terrace - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94117
Contact Phone: (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.
Casa De La Raza - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 285-0204

Casa De Vida - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94131
Contact Phone: (415) 648-4990
Details: Nestled above San Francisco in the hills of the Diamond Heights District, Casa De Vida Apartments are specifically designed for the mobility impaired resident. All of the studio and one-bedroom units have lower counter heights, sinks, stove, wheelchair accessible showers and wider doorways. In addition, sixteen balcony units have picturesque views of downtown San Francisco and the Bay Bridge. While street parking is available, most residents utilize MUNI transportation. The MUNI stops directly in front of Casa De Vida and connects with busses and trains going to downtown San Francisco and other areas of the city. Travelers may also take the MUNI to connect with the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) transportation system. Our residents enjoy the security of a video monitoring system, an in-unit pull chord system and the availability of our professional on-site or on call staff. Casa de Vida is a great place to call home.
Ceatrice Polite Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 543-6207

Cecil Williams Glide - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 292-3335

Colosimo Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 647-7191
Details: Constructed in 1982 on a Mission District in-fill site, the Colosimo Apartments provide eleven spacious and affordable apartments for very low-income families. Maximizing land parcels that are unattractive to many private developers serves an important function for the mixed residential/commercial neighborhood. The original construction contractor was West Coast Gold; the architect was Redstone & Ottoman, Inc. Colosimo Apartments, located on the corner of 24th Streets and South Van Ness, features a landscaped and sheltered backyard.
Crescent Manor - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 441-4919

Crocker Amazon Senior Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94112
Contact Phone: (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)
Diamond View Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94131
Contact Phone: (415) 334-2698

Dorothy Day Community - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 431-9155

Eastern Park Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94109
Contact Phone: (415) 776-0114
Details: Eastern Park Apartments is located close to San Francisco's historic Civic Center. This community provides a comfortable, secure home for low-income individuals aged 62 or older, and for other federally qualified people. Eastern Park has provided housing with programs and community-based services for over 34 years. All apartments - including those for the mobility-impaired - have one bedroom, a private bathroom, and living and dining area with a kitchen and emergency pull-cords in the bedroom and bathroom. Eastern Park's rooftop garden, library, activities room, and dining room provide ample common space for resident programs and activities. Eastern Park Apartments is a secured community with on-site 24-hour security. This well-maintained community with active, friendly people and caring staff is an ideal option for retirement living.
Eddy Street Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94109
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Edith Witt Senior Community - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 503-0816
Details: Edith Witt Senior Community is the result of a collaborative effort by Mercy Housing California, the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, the San Francisco Department of Health and the South of Market Health Center. This 11-story high-rise apartment building for very low-income seniors (age 62 and above) is located in the Mid-Market neighborhood within the heart of San Francisco's Civic Center.
El Bethel Arms - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 567-3950
Details: El Bethel Arms serves low-income seniors 62 and older in the heart of San Francisco’s Fillmore District, close to everything the city has to offer. The 255 apartments at El Bethel Arms are studio, one-bedroom and 2 bedroom units and include: Individually-controlled heating; Medium-size freezer/refrigerator and small electric range/oven; Garbage disposal; Fully-carpeted or laminate flooring with curtains; Hall closet; Full tub and shower.
El Bethel Terrace - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 931-4496
Details: Managed by HumanGood, El Bethel Terrace is an affordable housing community serving seniors 62 and older in the heart of San Francisco, within walking distance of Jefferson Square and Alamo Park. The 100 apartments at El Bethel Terrace are one-bedroom units and include: Individually-controlled heating; Full-size freezer/refrigerator and electric range/oven; Cable-ready outlets; Garbage disposal; Hall closets; Full tub and shower
Eugene Coleman Community House - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 267-4990

Fair Oaks Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94117
Contact Phone: (415) 221-4413
Details: FAIR OAKS Apartments is Multifamily Community located in the Hayes Valley of San Francisco with 20 units.
Fellowship Manor - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 922-0154
Details: Fellowship Manor is a 105 unit Senior, Handicap and Disabled housing affordable community located in the heart of one of the most diverse neighborhoods in San Francisco, California. Offering Low and Moderately Low Income individuals a clean, comfortable, safe and secure home at very affordable rates. With a large and comfortable family and recreation area, a large dining room with kitchen and community meeting space, Fellowship Manor also boasts a fully equipped Computer Room and in-house laundry facility.
Francis Of Assisi Community - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 621-4092
Details: Francis of Assisi Community was developed in 1979 by Catholic Charities/Catholic Social Services. With the diverse resident population that represents many languages and cultures, all staff and residents share the common goal of helping and supporting one another. Everyone works to provide the ongoing sense of community that the founders of the building envisioned 30 years ago when they chose the name Francis of Assisi Community to reflect both the City of San Francisco and the residents. Mercy Housing has rehabilitated 35 apartments and have plans to continue the rest of the units over the next few years.
Frederick Douglas Haynes Gardens Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 563-3581
Details: Founded by Third Baptist Church and managed by HumanGood, Frederick Douglas Haynes Gardens serves low-income residents in the heart of San Francisco’s Fillmore District. The 104 apartments at F.D Haynes Gardens Apartments are one, two, three and four-bedroom units and include: Individually-controlled central heating; Full-size freezer/refrigerator and electric range/oven; Cable-ready outlets; Garbage disposal; Vertical blinds; Hall closet; Full tub and shower; Three bedroom apartments with 1.5 bathrooms; Four bedroom apartments with 2 full bathrooms.
Freedom West I - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 929-1011
Details: Founded in 1973 in a partnership with Bethel A.M.E. Church, Freedom West Homes was built as part of San Francisco’s urban renewal, a massive renovation of San Francisco’s Western Addition district.
Freedom West Ii - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 929-1011
Details: Founded in 1973 in a partnership with Bethel A.M.E. Church, Freedom West Homes was built as part of San Francisco’s urban renewal, a massive renovation of San Francisco’s Western Addition district.
Friendship Village One - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94117
Contact Phone: (415) 921-2002

Friendship Village Two - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94117
Contact Phone: (415) 921-2002

Geraldine Johnson Manor - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (415) 822-9501
Details: BRIDGE and the San Francisco Housing Development Corporation partnered to create this 54-apartment complex that is HUD subsidized and affordable to extremely-low-income seniors. Located in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood of San Francisco, Geraldine Johnson Manor is within walking distance of a park and the local senior center, where daily lunch and other programs are provided, as well as grocery stores, restaurants, and banks. An on-site community room, an outdoor terrace, and a large lobby area ensure a variety of opportunities for residents to socialize in the many resident clubs and community events that take place here.
Glenridge Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94131
Contact Phone: (415) 587-5815
Details: Glenridge Cooperative Apartments is a Limited Equity housing Cooperative that consists of 275 units that has 209 units encumbered under a HUD Section 8 rental assistance payment program, built in 1968. The tenancy of the project is targeted to low-to moderate income family households. The Cooperative is located on scattered sites in an area, roughly bound by Bosworth Street, Diamond Heights Boulevard, Everson Street and Bemis Street in the Glen Park /Diamond Heights area of San Francisco, California. The property’s main street is Addison and the apartment units on the property are contained within several two or three story, wood framed buildings. Public transportation is within walking distance and a variety of businesses and services are located nearby. The units include average apartment finishes of painted drywall, carpet and vinyl flooring, laminated counters and wood cabinets. All units are equipped with gas stove with ovens, exhaust hoods, garbage disposals, refrigerators in kitchens and all have patios or balconies. All two to four-bedroom units have separate gas-fired hot water heaters and washer/dryer hook-ups in the unit. The one-bedroom units features gas fired water heaters serving the building and coin-operated laundry equipment located in the garage. Parking for the residents is provided by attached or detached one-car garages, plus additional street parking.
Golden Gate Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 921-3469
Details: Golden Gate Apartments is a family affordable housing development in San Francisco’s Japantown/Western Addition neighborhood. Originally developed in the mid-1970s under HUD’s Section 236 program, the residents were under threat of displacement when the building was set to convert to market-rate rents in the late 1990s. The San Francisco Redevelopment Agency negotiated a purchase from the owner, but the purchase required leveraging major tax-exempt debt through a funding plan that had previously never been attempted and that required HUD approval. Chinatown CDC was selected by the residents and the Agency to be the developer. We worked with the Agency and HUD to solve the financing puzzle. We worked with the residents to devise a rehab and temporary relocation program that met their needs and helped prevent their displacement. Roofing, finishes, deck repairs, new cabinets and accessibility improvements were among the final building improvements.
Herald Hotel - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 441-8782
Details: Herald Hotel apartments is an affordable rental housing community located in San Francisco, CA. Located in the Tenderloin District this community is definitely a diamond in the rough. Income restrictions apply.
Heritage Homes - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94134
Contact Phone: (415) 333-9956

International Hotel Senior Housing - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94108
Contact Phone: (415) 773-2200
Details: International Hotel Senior Housing is the culmination of the 36 year struggle over the International Hotel, an old SRO building that drew national attention in August 1977 when its elderly Filipino and Chinese residents were evicted by San Francisco sheriffs in a brutal raid. Community activists battled for years to have affordable housing replace the torn-down hotel, instead of the office high-rise planned by developers. After over 20 years as a vacant lot, the site was purchased by the Archdiocese of San Francisco. The Archdiocese decided to develop an underground garage, and partnered with International Hotel Senior Housing, Inc. and Chinatown CDC to develop senior housing above. Another partner, St. Mary’s Chinese Catholic School, is building a school facility on the remainder of the site. The International Hotel now stands at fifteen stories of senior affordable housing development with many amenities for residents including a daily nutrition/activities program and a ground floor Cultural Center operated by the Manilatown Heritage Foundation. The building features design elements and art depicting the history and legacy of the International Hotel struggle.
Jackie Robinson Garden Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (415) 821-7280

John W. King Senior Community - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94134
Contact Phone: (415) 337-6533
Details: John King Senior Community is comprised of 91 senior-restricted rental units affordable to those with incomes below 50 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI). The community includes an on-site senior center as well as a child care center, making it one of the few, if not the only, truly intergeneration projects in the Bay Area.
Jones Memorial Homes I - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 922-4770
Details: At Jones Memorial Homes our goal is to give seniors the choices they need to live well. We strive for our residents to be active, healthy members of their community, to support our resident’s independence, their character, and their lifestyle. Encouraging independent living, Jones Memorial Homes wants residents to exercise control over their own day within the safety and security of a clean, well-managed diverse community. Located in several communities within the City San Francisco, California, Jones Memorial Homes offers many attractions and amenities both on and off site.
Jones Memorial Homes Ii - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 922-4770
Details: At Jones Memorial Homes our goal is to give seniors the choices they need to live well. We strive for our residents to be active, healthy members of their community, to support our resident’s independence, their character, and their lifestyle. Encouraging independent living, Jones Memorial Homes wants residents to exercise control over their own day within the safety and security of a clean, well-managed diverse community. Located in several communities within the City San Francisco, California, Jones Memorial Homes offers many attractions and amenities both on and off site.
Jones Senior Homes - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 922-4770
Details: At Jones Memorial Homes our goal is to give seniors the choices they need to live well. We strive for our residents to be active, healthy members of their community, to support our resident’s independence, their character, and their lifestyle. Encouraging independent living, Jones Memorial Homes wants residents to exercise control over their own day within the safety and security of a clean, well-managed diverse community. Located in several communities within the City San Francisco, California, Jones Memorial Homes offers many attractions and amenities both on and off site.
Junipero Serra House - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94117
Contact Phone: (415) 922-4135

La Playa
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94125
Contact Phone: (415) 861-0828

La Salle Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (415) 647-0607

Lady Shaw Senior Housing - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94133
Contact Phone: (415) 677-7600
Details: Lady Shaw Senior Housing is an independent living apartment complex situated in San Francisco's Chinatown that provides quality affordable housing for 75 seniors. The housing provides low-income seniors with affordable and comfortable living spaces in studio or one-bedroom apartments. The complex provides more than just an apartment space to live in; it also includes an activity center and a dining area. Multi-service programs are also offered for both the residents and the community. Self-Help for the Elderly provides seniors with high quality housing and services that ensure their safety without taking away their independence. Self-Help Seniors live independently, but are able to enjoy the company of their peers and the senior care and home care assistance provided. The atmosphere around the senior housing is filled with joy and laughter, as the residents engage in games and activities and celebrate holidays together. The Lady Shaw Senior Housing began in 1990. Each apartment unit is fully equipped with a private kitchen and bathroom. Amenities include: wheelchair access, lounge, laundry facilities, and a garage. The complex’s Senior Center Program, which provides meals and activities, is open to the senior residents as well as seniors in the community. Rental rates of the Lady Shaw Senior housing will not exceed thirty percent of the household’s monthly income. Rent includes water and garbage disposal services, residents pay for electricity, energy, cable and telephone bills separately.
Lassen Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 885-0407
Details: Located in the heart of San Francisco, Lassen Apartments is a midrise 81 unit affordable community for seniors and disabled persons, and is located in Downtown San Francisco. Our affordable community offers 81 spacious studio and one bedroom apartment homes, and is located near Union Square and City Hall with easy access to shopping, banks, senior and social services.
Laurel Gardens Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 931-0277
Details: Laurel Gardens offers residents a beautiful, safe and diverse community for their families. Residents have access to a playground, laundry facility, a community room, Storage Space, High Speed Internet Available, Controlled Access, Semi-Private Entry and fulltime staff. Offering Low and Moderately Low Income individuals and families a clean, comfortable, safe and secure home at very affordable rates. With a large and comfortable family and recreation area, a large dining room and meeting space, Laurel Gardens Apartments is a great place to call home.
Leland Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 777-4849

Loren Miller Homes - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 922-8911

Maria Manor - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 397-7220
Details: The Maria Manor was an expiring-use Section 8 building acquired by TNDC in December 2000 with the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency under its “Preservation” program, thus preserving the property’s 119 affordable units. Financing is through tax-exempt bonds, as issued by the Redevelopment Agency along with a letter of credit from Citibank, and 4% Low-Income Housing Tax Credits. Renovation of this 100% Section 8 senior building was completed in 2003. Approximately 40% of the resident population are monolingual Chinese speakers. The building received an upgrade to all its major systems including electrical, heating, ventilation, plumbing, and the elevator, as well as a seismic retrofit. The renovated units have kitchenettes that include a sink, refrigerator, microwave and storage cabinets. TNDC provides a social worker and activities coordinator to support the resident population.
Mariposa Gardens Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 864-4836
Details: Mission Housing built Mariposa Gardens to provide a pleasant residential community in a light-industrial area of the Mission District. Through thoughtful planning, design, and management, the complex features a gardening area for residents and a courtyard landscaped with the assistance of the San Francisco Conservation Corps. Interior courtyards are an excellent way to provide space for children to play and parents to relax while removed from the busy streets typical in this neighborhood.
Market Heights Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 282-1686

Marlton Manor - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 885-0361
Details: In 2000, the residents of Marlton Manor and the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency learned that the owner of the building was considering selling it; which could have lead to the conversion of these affordable units to market rate rents. Such a conversion would increase the residents' affordable rents to levels beyond their means. In danger were 151 units subsidized by the Section 8 programs housing seniors and people with disabilities. The residents organized themselves into an association and with the assistance of Agape Outreach Center and the Agency, found partners in Mercy Housing California and AF Evans Development Company to purchase Marlton Manor and save their affordable housing. In 2002, this partnership successfully took ownership of Marlton Manor, preserving the deep affordability of the rents, and initiated a $7.5 million renovation.
Martin Luther King-marcus Garvey Square Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 921-3321

Mei Lun Yuen - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94108
Contact Phone: (415) 421-9446
Details: Mei Lun Yuen is a 185 unit complex under the HUD 236 Program for the elderly and families. This includes a Tower building consisting of studios and one(1) bedroom apartments that are designated for Seniors, at least 62 years of age , totaling 152 units. The other 33 units consists of three (3) and four (4) bedroom apartments and townhomes for families with notage restriction. Mei Lun Yuen is located in the Chinatown are of San Francisco.
Menorah Park - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94118
Contact Phone: (415) 929-7912
Details: Menorah Park is a subsidized 151-unit affordable housing complex for seniors located in the Presidio Heights area of San Francisco, California. It is subsidized by the U.S. Department of Urban and Housing Development (HUD). Menorah Park’s mission is to provide affordable housing for seniors in a supportive environment that enables them to live in their own apartments for as long as possible. Menorah Park provides services that address a wide range of physical, emotional, and social needs of our residents.
Mercy Terrace - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94117
Contact Phone: (415) 931-2325

Mission Bart Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 821-0510

Mission Plaza Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 864-2996
Details: Mission Plaza Apartments is a 132-unit apartment complex designed for families, the elderly and people with disabilities. In addition to the residential units, there is 5,900 square feet of commercial space. Mission Plaza is located on Mission Street between 16th and 17th streets in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District. The elderly apartments and commercial components front on Mission Street and the family units are entered from Capp Street. The commercial space and the garage are at grade level and provide the podium on which the two buildings are constructed. The two buildings are separated by a large open-air courtyard. The mix of elderly individuals along with families provides an excellent social environment.
Monsignor Lyne Community - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94114
Contact Phone: (415) 225-8004

Namiki Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 922-1788
Details: Namiki Apartments is a senior affordable housing development originally built in 1978 under HUD’s § 236 program. After twenty years as affordable housing, the 236 loan could be prepaid and rents raised to market rates. Upon learning of this potential fate, the Namiki tenants worked to receive an organizing grant from the SF Redevelopment Agency to maintain the building as affordable housing. As part of this process, the tenants chose Chinatown CDC to acquire the development. Working closely with the owner of the Namiki, Chinatown CDC developed a plan to preserve the building as an affordable housing resource for the community. Chinatown CDC officially acquired the property in 2001, performing needed repairs to balconies, kitchens and community areas while helping residents retain their homes.
Nihonmachi Terrace - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94109
Contact Phone: (415) 346-1200
Details: Nihonamchi Terrace is a 245 unit housing complex for the low-income families, elderly and physically handicapped. It is located in the Japan Town District in San Francisco. The site is funded and regulated by the Department of the Housing and Urban Development, Low-Income Tax Credit Program,, Mayor’s Office of Housing, San Francisco Housing Authority and Nihonmachi Terrace LP.
Northridge Coop Homes - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (415) 647-0220
Details: Northridge Cooperative Homes' mission is to provide affordable, quality housing while adhering to and practicing the 'Golden Rule' in all of our endeavors; and to conduct ourselves in a forthright and ethical manner to better the communities of which we are a part. Our goal in addition to our mission stated above, is to create safe and respectable housing for people who wish to enhance their standard of living for themselves and/or their loved ones. Gaining a sense of pride in ensuring the attractiveness of their homes through their active participation in controlling their living environment.
Notre Dame Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94109
Contact Phone: (415) 673-2011
Details: Notre Dame Apartments was originally constructed as a sanitarium in 1909, eventually becoming a hospital with additional wings added in the 1920s and 1950s. The building was converted to residential use in the mid-1970’s as affordable housing for the elderly and disabled. After 20 years as affordable housing, the project was threatened with rent increases to market rates that would have displaced the residents. Chinatown CDC worked with the tenants – predominantly Russian and Chinese speaking seniors – for years in preparation for this potential. Starting in 1996, working with the residents and the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, Chinatown CDC made several efforts to purchase the building, finally succeeding in 2000 when SFRA was able to arrange the purchase of five buildings from the owner of Notre Dame. Chinatown CDC was selected to develop and rehab the property, and performed an extensive rehabilitation. The work was done with tenants in place, with all residents briefly relocated twice to other units in the building. Today the building houses over 250 senior residents.
Notre Dame Plaza - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94110
Contact Phone: (415) 437-0370
Details: Notre Dame Plaza is the adaptive re-use of the historic Notre Dame High School that was converted into affordable senior housing. The original structure was part of the famous Mission Dolores founded in 1776. The property was destroyed by an earthquake in 1906, rebuilt in 1908 as Notre Dame High School and then was used as an artist's studio in 1908. This project involved the comprehensive transformation and preservation of existing buildings and new construction of courtyards, access way and other housing-related components. In 1997, Mercy Housing transformed the Notre Dame building into 66 units of HUD Section 202 senior housing which includes a new lobby, community room, gardens, reading areas and a two-story skylight aviary. All historic elements were preserved while maximizing the amount of units that could fit comfortably into the existing building.
O'farrell Towers - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 771-2708
Details: O’Farrell Towers, a 12-story building located in the Tenderloin neighborhood at 477 O’Farrell Street, was acquired from Citizens Housing Corporation in 2010. The property contains 101 one-bedroom apartments for low-income seniors and ground floor commercial space that is leased to the San Francisco Senior Center. The proposed project consists of a $12.4 million rehabilitation to address water intrusion issues, upgrade building systems and reconfigure ground floor space to better serve residents and building staff. While the primary purpose of the rehabilitation is mitigation of water intrusion issues we also intend to repair and replace building systems at the end of their useful life, improve accessibility, and reconfigure the ground floor community spaces and offices. Increased energy efficiency and green building methods are also priorities. The total estimated development cost is approximately $56 million. Anticipated funding sources include tax-exempt bonds, 4% tax credits, and a seller carry back loan.
Ocean Beach Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94121
Contact Phone: (415) 221-4413
Details: Ocean Beach Apartments is a beautiful community that is located steps away from the world famous Ocean Beach. The community is 100% Section 8. The ground floor of the building is commercial space that will allow you to access amenities from adult day care to medical offices. Grocery shopping is very convenient with a grocer on the ground level and a Safeway exactly one block away. The beginning of many public transportation lines is just around the corner which will allow you to access the wonderful city of San Francisco. Home Amenities: Heater, Carpet, Refrigerator, Garbage Disposal, Range - electric, Spacious Apartment Homes
Octavia Court - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94704
Contact Phone: (415) 255-9920
Details: Opened in 2011, Octavia Court is the first HUD 811 apartment complex in San Francisco reserved for people with developmental disabilities. No one will pay more than 30 percent of their household income for rent and utilities combined - enabling people on fixed incomes to live in and enjoy San Francisco’s vibrant new Hayes Valley community. Brilliant Corners developed Octavia Court with support from HUD, San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, Satellite Affordable Housing Associates, Golden Gate Regional Center, and many other partners. We offer an on-site Resident Manager and Housing Services for all residents at Octavia Court. The property also features an art-based day program, which is open to residents. You can find beautiful and unique art pieces hanging on the walls of the street front windows.
On Lok House - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94133
Contact Phone: (415) 292-8667
Details: On Lok House is a Section 202 project with Section 8 housing assistance program reserved for frail elderly. It opened in 1980 and has 54 studio units, designed for one or two occupants, on five floors. All residents must meet HUD low-income standards and, through agreement with HUD, all units are reserved for the frail elderly. On Lok House manages the housing in this building.
Padre Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 415-8415
Details: The Padre Apartments were built in 1928 as The Crystal Hotel. It's listed as a historic building in the Uptown Tenderloin Historic District. It was purchased in December 2000 and underwent major rehabilitation for use as an age-restricted apartment project. The building consists of one seven-story, steel frame construction with concrete exterior and a basement.
Page/holloway Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94117
Contact Phone: (415) 435-8555

Park Sunset - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94122
Contact Phone: (415) 661-8411
Details: Park Sunset is an affordable housing community designed for seniors It is a newly renovated apartment community located in the Golden Gate Park District. It offers beautiful spacious studio & 1 bedroom floor plans.
Presentation Senior Community - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 921-2390
Details: Presentation Senior Community has been recognized as a model approach to providing affordable housing for low-income seniors. The property was built on a historic site donated by the Sisters of Presentation that was formerly a school and convent. It includes a 5,000 square-foot adult day health center operated by SteppingStone Adult Day Health Care and a 2,000 square-foot performing arts space operated by Exit Theater. The health center allows residents and seniors from the surrounding neighborhood to access intensive health services in close proximity of their home, thereby affording them the opportunity to live independently, longer. Rent is one-third of a resident’s income and qualifying residents have incomes of 50 percent or less of San Francisco’s area median income.
Presidio Gate - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94123
Contact Phone: (415) 567-1050
Details: Culture and city. Neighbors and friends. There are so many reasons we love San Francisco, and so many reasons to make our lives here, and to stay here. At Presidio Gate Apartments you can retire in the city you love, and live among people who care. Located in the Presidio neighborhood of San Francisco, our apartments are here to provide a home for very low-income seniors (62 and older) and residents with disabilities. Our ample, newly renovated spaces and coveted location provide convenient access to much of what San Francisco has to offer, as well as the comfort of home. Presidio Gate Apartments is comprised of one-bedroom apartments and studios providing 24-hour security for the well being of residents. The ESC staff includes a resident manager, activities director and service coordinator who help residents connect to resources in the larger community. Other staff include maintenance and housekeeping. The property has a library, a lounge area on each floor, exercise facilities and a multipurpose (dining) room - all to make your life here exactly as you like it. Life at Presidio Gate Apartments provides opportunities for: Van transportation for weekly shopping trips, cultural events and other communal outings; Arts, crafts and education activities; Non-sectarian chapel services; Service coordination. In keeping with the Presidio Gate Apartments’ mission to serve seniors with very low incomes or disabilities, we require candidates for residency to meet certain qualifications. To qualify for residency, an applicant’s yearly income must not exceed 50% of the local median income. Rent is 30% of resident’s adjusted gross income.
Prince Hall Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 922-2775
Details: With a playground and laundry facility, a community room and full time staff, Prince Hall offers residents a beautiful, safe and diverse community for their families. Offering Low and Moderately Low Income individuals and families a clean, comfortable, safe and secure home at very affordable rates. With a large and comfortable family and recreation area, Computer Learning Center and meeting space, Prince Hall Apartments also boasts an in-house laundry facility. Prince Hall is located near shopping, dining, and entertainment in the great City of San Francisco.
Progress Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 861-0828

Providence Senior Housing - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (415) 282-5598
Details: This modern four story building provides 49 affordable apartments to very low income seniors age 62 and over. It was developed in 2008 by Providence Foundation of San Francisco and Christian Church Homes. Providence Senior Housing is located on the Third Street Corridor in San Francisco’s Bayview Hunter Point neighborhood. Just one block from the MUNI light rail system, downtown San Francisco is less than 30 minutes away!
Ridgeview Terrace - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (415) 821-7440

Royal Adah Arms - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 567-3840

San Francisco Silvercrest Residence - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94107
Contact Phone: (415) 543-5381
Details: The San Francisco Silvercrest Residence is an affordable apartment community located in San Francisco and managed by The Salvation Army. 103 of its 257 units are reserved for low income seniors in the community.
San Lorenzo Ruiz Center - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94107
Contact Phone: (415) 495-5007

Shoreview Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (415) 647-6922

St. Peter's Place - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94118
Contact Phone: (415) 422-0440

Sutter Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94109
Contact Phone: (415) 441-4909

The Civic
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
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Details: Fully furnished One bedroom apartment Spacious open plan living room Large double bedroom. Fully fitted and equipped kitchen. fully equipped bathroom with shower over the bath. Fantastic views. Off street parking. close to the Transportation.   Fabulous one bedroom apartment for rent located in the heart of the civic centerl, with easy access to everyday shopping and dining, and a quick 6 mins commute to Downtown .The apartment is very close to all amenities.The apartment comprises of a large bedroom, fully fitted bathroom with a shower,w/c,large open plan living room with wooden flooring. Fully fitted and equipped kitchen .    Photos are available upon request For more details,contact me.
Thomas Paine Square - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 929-1161

Turk Eddy Preservation - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 673-5879
Details: Turk and Eddy Apartments comprises two buildings located on adjacent blocks, less than 1,000 feet apart, and consists of 100% Section 8 senior housing. The buildings were at risk of being converted to market rate units, upon the expiration of the Section 8 subsidy, which would have displaced its population of long-term residents, when TNDC acquired the project in January 2007. Renovation was completed in 2010 to preserve their homes. 165 Turk Street is a six-story apartment built in 1923. The ground floor includes a community room, manager’s office, laundry, and an enclosed rear garden. 249 Eddy Street is a seven-story apartment built in 1925. The ground floor of this building includes a community room, laundry, and a tenant services office serving both properties. The rehabilitation of these buildings improved building safety, systems, and accessibility as well as providing safer, healthier and supportive living environments for low-income seniors. Funding was provided by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act – Low Income Housing Tax Credit Exchange, San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, California Housing Finance Agency, and the US Department of Housing.
Unity, Peace & Freedom - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94124
Contact Phone: (415) 821-7010

Vera Haile Senior Housing - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94102
Contact Phone: (415) 447-3934
Details: Vera Haile Senior Housing is a new 10 story apartment community in San Francisco, California. The property features 90 affordable rental apartment homes for seniors age 62 years and older. The building is also the location of the St. Anthony Dining Room, Social Work Center and Free Clothing Program. The St. Anthony Dining Room, Social Work Center and Free Clothing Program are owned and operated by the St. Anthony's Foundation and will serve the greater community on the ground floor and second floor building.
Vincentian Villa - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 621-5305

Vista Del Monte - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94131
Contact Phone: (415) 282-1634

Western Park Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94115
Contact Phone: (415) 922-5436
Details: Close to San Francisco's Cathedral Hill, Western Park Apartments, L.P. is a comfortable and secure home for low- and moderate-income seniors, aged 62 and older. Western Park has been providing housing with programs and community based services for over 40 years. We offer studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and cottage apartments in four different buildings. Residents enjoy a beautiful freshly decorated multi-purpose room, roof-top garden and atrium and state-of-the-art exercise equipment in the solarium exercise room. Western Park is also a community filled with options. From exercise classes to ping pong tournaments, from meditation classes to classical music lectures – there’s something for everyone.
Wharf Plaza I - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94133
Contact Phone: (415) 362-3395
Details: Originally a 1920s warehouse, Wharf Plaza I was renovated in 1981 to create 116 distinct apartments. The Rehab transformed this concrete structure into an impressive home. The interior courtyard gives the illusion of a tropical garden, while the apartments offer light, air, and privacy. Views of Alcatraz, ten-foot ceilings, and a spacious design lend to these apartments some of the coveted qualities of loft apartments so popular in the SOMA district of San Francisco.
Wharf Plaza Ii - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94133
Contact Phone: (415) 362-3395
Details: Built in 1981, Wharf Plaza II consists of two buildings totaling 114 apartments. While Wharf Plaza I was originally designed with seniors and people with disabilities in mind, Wharf Plaza II has an additional building (155 Francisco St.) consisting of 18 two-bedroom apartments. This allows Wharf Plaza II to accept eligible families as well.
Woolf House - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94103
Contact Phone: (415) 981-2165

Ywca Apartments, Inc. - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: San Francisco, CA - 94108
Contact Phone: (415) 397-6886
Details: The YWCA Apartment building was designed by noted female architect, Julia Morgan. The renovated building has been designated a San Francisco Historical landmark and a National Monument of Nob Hill. The YWCA Apartments is a HUD ( Section 202/8) subsidized housing facility for low income elderly, 62 years of age and older, and people with disabilities. The building consists of 97 units: 73 studio units and 24 one-bedroom units. Each unit has its own electric kitchen and bathroom and is equipped with 2 emergency pull cords that are linked to the front office. The apartments are unfurnished. The rent for the apartment is subsidized by HUD, usually ending up around 30% of the resident’s household income. Rent includes the cost of heating, water and trash disposal, but does not include telephone, cable or electricity. For the convenience of our tenants, laundry facilities are available. As a safety feature, access to the apartments is limited and staff is on site 24 hours a day to respond to all medical and other emergencies. The staff cannot administer medical aid, but can assist the resident in contacting family or calling for emergency aid. YWCA does not provide any health or living supportive services, and as such persons who sign a lease must be able to fulfill the term of the lease agreement with or without their own support. The YWCA Apartments has no housekeeping or nursing staff.