Alice Griffith Redevelopment

San Francisco, CA

One of San Francisco’s most dangerous and run-down housing projects, the Alice Griffith community, consisted of 256 units of multi-family public housing built in 1962. The housing and its surrounding areas were in need of extensive rehabilitation. To facilitate this rehabilitation the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded a $30.5 million Choice Neighborhoods Grant for the re-development and urban revitalization of the community.
The San Francisco Chronicle called the award a “jump start” for the revitalization effort that is transforming the Alice Griffith development and creating new opportunities for the community and its residents. Torti Gallas is providing professional services including master planning, architectural design and construction documents, and construction phase services.
When complete, the new, highly sustainable, mixed-income housing community will provide 504 units comprised of public housing, replacement tax credit and market rate apartments, and townhomes. Seven blocks of the community are designed to the City of San Francisco’s Building and Safety Sustainability Requirements. The project also includes community facilities, a community garden, tot lots, green space, and on-site parking.

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Project Data

504 units
4 - 5 story residential buildings
leasing office
community facilities
community garden
on-site parking
tot lots
green space
compliance with the City of San Francisco’s Building and Safety Sustainability Requirements

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