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1064 Mission

San Francisco, California

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Situated between San Francisco’s SoMa and Civic Center neighborhoods, 1064 Mission is the city’s largest permanent supportive housing development. Lowney Architecture and Herman Coliver Locus partnered with Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco (ECS) and Mercy Housing to design and develop the project which will house up to 265 individuals who have experienced chronic homelessness. 

With 100 of these units earmarked for formerly homeless seniors, aged 62 or older, 1064 Mission provides a quality, stable housing option with access to on-site support, allowing residents to age in-place with dignity.

This new two-building community is also home to the San Francisco Department of Public Health’s Tom Waddell Urgent Care Clinic, which provides dental services and specialized Street Medicine programs. The site also includes The Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing’s Homeless Outreach Team.

1064 Mission is proposed to be a combination of site-built and factory-built modular housing.

SIZE:
173,700 SF
258 units

KEY FEATURES:
Residential, culinary, clinic and support space




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