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PROPOSED: Mercy Housing Towers

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"Mercy Housing and the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency hired the architecture firms KMD and Kodama Diseno to design in collaboration for two new towers. One tower will contain rental units for 140 low-income families in 12 stories, with retail on the first level, and the other 11-story tower will house 100 senior citizens. The project is located along Mission Street between 9th and 10th Streets. Andrea Montalbano created a mix of one, two and three bedroom flats from which the building massing of the family housing tower was generated. She worked to develop numerous elevation studies. The first phase of the project is set to begin construction some time in 2008."

Source: Montalbano Architects

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Nice looking building for low income and seniors.

I think this is hn hold or the start was pushed back. I forgot where I found that, but the city funding is likely coming so it will happen just a little later than previous timelines.

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STATUS UPDATE

"Despite Economic Downturn, KMD Architects Thrives on Affordable Housing, Sustainable Design, and International Projects

SAN FRANCISCO-(Business Wire)-April 22, 2009 - In the midst of the global economic crisis, KMD Architects remains highly active by relying on a combination of affordable housing, sustainable design, and international projects. To meet the growing need for affordable housing in the city of San Francisco, construction is nearing completion on the KMD Architects-designed 250,000 SF mixed-use project in the South of Market neighborhood adjacent to the Mid-Market Redevelopment Agency area. Mercy Housing Towers provides 135 family and 107 senior housing units, a youth center planned to serve both the resident population and youngsters in the surrounding neighborhood, and a small retail component at street level. The project consists of a 12-story and an 11-story building connected by an elevated split-level terrace on the rooftop of an at-grade parking garage, providing a secure area for outdoor activities for the residents. Mercy Housing, a non-profit developer, has participated in the development, preservation and/or financing of more than 35,700 affordable residences, both rental and single family, serving more than 117,000 people on any given day.

Mercy Housing Towers represents one of many projects KMD Architects has undertaken as part of its mission to create socially responsible buildings that will support and enhance the community and revitalize neighborhoods. This mission also informs the firm

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