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We believe that a key to families succeeding is affordable homes in safe neighborhoods where residents are supported to learn, play and grow.  

 

Sunnydale is a vibrant and welcoming San Francisco community with a rich history within a beautiful natural environment that values family, health and culture, and is home to a wonderfully diverse group of people. This family-oriented community, located in the Visitacion Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, is known as the City’s largest public housing complex at almost 50 acres and 775 units. Sunnydale is undergoing a physical transformation, a true “revitalization.” All new streets, parks and housing will be constructed to provide existing and new residents with the beautiful, high-quality homes and amenities befitting of a San Francisco neighborhood. 

  • Approximately 1,000 new affordable apartment homes for each existing household and for new residents and 700 new homes for middle income households 

  • New state of the art Boys and Girls Club for school age youth, and Wu Yee Children’s Services and Felton Institute early childhood education centers for infants, toddlers and pre-school children 

  • Over 20,000 new square feet for neighborhood recreation and programs including a gymnasium and activity space for sports, arts and learning 

  • Neighborhood retail space for local businesses, a health and wellness center and 4 new acres of parks and gardens surrounded by beautiful natural landscape with views of the Bay

The transformation of Sunnydale is through a long-term public/private partnership led by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD), the HOPE SF Initiative, San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA), Mercy Housing California, and Related California. A large group of deeply invested organizations as well as residents, neighbors and friends all make this community hum.

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