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With several residential construction projects at or near completion in Mission Bay, the City of San Francisco and the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII) have nearly achieved their goals for affordable and market rate housing in this area formerly dominated by abandoned railyards and vacant land. By summer’s end, 5,646 of the planned 6,404 residential units will be complete. One Mission Bay (350 market-rate units) and Five 88 (200 units of affordable family apartments) are expected to be completed by the end of 2017, while residents are in the process of moving into Mission Bay by Windsor (formerly Eviva Mission Bay). Anticipated for completion in late 2018 is the 143-unit development at 626 Mission Bay Boulevard North, which will reserve 20 percent of its units for formerly homeless families.
Seifel Consulting advised the City and County of San Francisco and its former San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, as well as the Port of San Francisco on the redevelopment efforts for Mission Bay and the adjacent Mission Rock development, paving the way for development of this growing new neighborhood in the City.