SPUR Walking Tour: Institute on Aging campus tour

"Jointly developed by the Institute on Aging and BRIDGE Housing
Corporation, and scheduled to open in the fall of 2010, 3575 Geary
Boulevard will serve as the main location for IOA’s health and social
support programs and BRIDGE’s 150 new units of low-income senior rental
housing. Separately owned and financed, the new development combines
independent housing for low-income seniors with a senior health services
facility in one building. With Don Lusty of BRIDGE and Ken
Donnelly
of IOA."

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SPUR Walking Tour: Tour of Mission Walk: San Francisco’s newest green affordable housing project

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"Mission Walk, the latest addition to Mission Bay North, brings 131 affordable condominium homes to this emerging neighborhood. By providing low- to moderate-income first-time homebuyers an opportunity to purchase (soon-to-be LEED certified) homes priced from $159,000 to $303,000, the project adds to the diversity of new residents on Berry Street. Join Kim Nash, project manager […]
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SPUR Walking Tour: David Brower Center and Oxford Plaza

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From SPUR: Berkeley’s new David Brower Center and Oxford Plaza development is one of the best local examples of mixed-use development and green architecture combined. Together, the project includes a LEED Platinum building and conference center for environmental nonprofits, 97 units of low-income family housing, retail, a restaurant, art gallery and parking garage. Join us […]

SPUR Lunchtime Forum: An update on HOPE SF

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"HOPE SF seeks to revitalize eight of San Francisco’s severely distressed public housing sites by creating thriving, mixed-income communities, without displacing current residents. With Craig Adelman of the Mayor’s Office of Housing, Richard Gross of Enterprise, Ramie Dare of Mercy Housing, Jack Gardner of the John Stewart Company, Michael Johnson of Em Johnson Interest, and […]