SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Friday, San Francisco Mayor ed Lee announced plans for a new 101-unit housing complete to provide house for 50 homeless veterans, and another 50 low-income families in the city’s Mission Bay neighborhood. The additional unit will house an onsite manager.
The project will be built at 1150 Third Street, on land dedicated to the City’s Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII) for affordable housing and is supported with an initial $5 million in private contributions from technology and business leaders marshalled by the San Francisco Citizens Initiative for Technology & Innovation (sf.citi).
The 50 new homes for veterans will help Mayor Lee as he tries to meet President Barack Obama’s challenge to local communities to end veteran homelessness.
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