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Supportive housing proposed for homeless residents on Mission Bay lot - SF Examiner
Date:  4/11/2017
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Written by: Joshua Sabatini
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(Steven Ho/Special to S.F. Examiner)

A Mission Bay lot is set to become the latest advancement in San Francisco’s effort to address homelessness.

A new 120-studio development slated for Mission Bay South Block 9, a nearly 50,000-square-foot lot behind the new Public Safety Building and Police Headquarters and adjacent to the AT&T Park event parking site Seawall 337, will house formerly homeless residents who are among the most vulnerable — at least half are expected to have mental health challenges or a disability.

The project marks the first time in nearly a decade that The City has sought proposals to build a supportive housing development for the formerly homeless. The Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing collaborated with the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure, which oversees Mission Bay, on the project to address the department’s need for more housing for homeless single adults in need of myriad services.

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