Join our July membership meeting to hear form District 2 Supervisor Mark Farrell. Supervisor Farrell's district includes the Presidio, Marina, Cow Hollow, Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, Anza Vista, Laurel Heights, Jordan Park, the Lake Street corridor, Sea Cliff and parts of Russian Hill. Supervisor Farrell was elected to the Board in 2010 and he currently serves as Chair of the Land Use Committee. Join us to to hear his views on housing and land use and ask the Supervisor your own…Find out more »
Join our monthly happy hour, co-hosted with YIMBY Action and generously sponsored by Panoramic Interests. Meet the people behind the organizations, learn about our work and find out how you can be a pro-housing advocate! Everyone who joins gets a free drink. Happy hours are open to the public. RSVP is not required, but you can let us know your coming on Facebook. RSVPFind out more »
Located in the Dogpatch neighborhood at 1201 Tennessee Street, Abaca consists of 259 rental homes with ground-floor retail and a large mid-block passage. Other features include on-site below-market-rate homes, ground-floor retail and shared innovation work space. This transit-oriented project is located along the Third Street Muni line and within walking distance to the 22nd Street Caltrain Station. Join SFHAC, the project developer, architect and landscape architect for a walk thorugh the site and tour inside the building. Speakers David Fletcher |…Find out more »
Our Project Review Committee will review the plans to create 41 new homes at 2465 Van Ness Avenue. The home builder is DM Development and the architect is Handel Architects. This meeting is open to SFHAC business and organization members, only. Non members interested in attending must contact Rob Poole at firstname.lastname@example.org first. Learn more about our Project Review Committee.Find out more »
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