Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco does what Habitat does best around the globe, but we do it right here in a very Bay Area, by coming up with inventive solutions to our area's expensive real estate challenges. Since 1989, we have built 248 affordable homes for families in San Francisco, Marin, and San Mateo Counties. Our unique model leverages our skilled construction staff and partners with volunteers and future homeowners to help build a family's future.
SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY
From condominiums in the heart of the Mission to single-family homes in the Ocean View neighborhood, San Francisco is home to some of Habitat's boldest developments.
Habitat Terrace is a 28-home community featuring 17 three-bedroom homes and 11 two-bedroom homes on a private drive.
There is no doubt that the City is one of the most expensive and difficult locations in the country to develop affordable housing. But we have exciting plans to keep building.
In the Diamond Heights district, a support has donated land to Habitat and we are working with City officials to secure approval for up to 8 two- and three-bedroom family homes.
Habitat Greater San Francisco is also part of a consortium of developers selected to build affordable housing as part of the Balboa Reservoir project. Set to be located on the site of the current overflow parking lot of City College of San Francisco, this project will begin soon
We need your help to build these two projects and allow families in the "missing middle" (earning 50 to 80% of Area Median Income) to secure a home and secure a future for their families.
SAN MATEO COUNTY
San Mateo County is home to one of Habitat Greater San Francisco's flagship developments. 7555 Mission Street is an award-winning complex of 36 homes (34 three-bedroom and 2 two-bedroom) located in Daly City.
We have ambitious plans for new building and we are poised to put shovels in the ground at two sites in the months ahead. At 3001 Geneva Avenue in Daly City, Habitat Greater San Francisco is building a complex of 6 single-family homes on the site of an old fire house. And, in downtown Redwood City, Habitat is due to break ground this year on a complex of 20 homes at 612 Jefferson Avenue.
We need your help to build these two projects and allow families in the "missing middle" (earning 50 to 80% of Area Media Income) to secure a home and secure a future for their families.
Mt. Burdell Place
Mt. Burdell Place
Habitat's development of 10 three-bedroom single-family homes at Mt. Burdell Place in Novato was described as "a shining example of affordable development in low-density suburbia" by the Marin Independent Journal.
Habitat hopes to be unveiling plans for another major development in Marin County soon.