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About HOPE SF: Project Development Schedule

This HOPE SF development timeline includes major project development accomplishments since 2010 and some anticipated accomplishments in the near future. For additional information please contact HOPE SF staff.

Hunters View
2010
  • Demolish existing Phase 1 structures
  • Build new Phase 1 infrastucture
  • Prepare for construction on Phase I infrastructure by completing utility back-tie work
  • Secure land use approvals and permits necessary to proceed with construction of the Phase I infrastructure

2011
  • Commence Phase I infrastructure work and building construction
  • Complete vertical financing closing

2012
  • Complete Phase 1 infrastructure and building construction

2013
  • Phase 1 units open for occupancy

 

Alice Griffith
2011
  • Receive inaugural HUD Choice Neighborhoods Initiative $30.5 Million Grant
  • Commence architectural design of 5800 3rd Street Seniors

2012
  • Infrastructure design and housing design commence at Alice Griffith
  • 5800 3rd Street Seniors pursues entitlements

2013
  • Complete design approvals for Phases 1 and 2 of Alice Griffith
  • Begin predevelopment for Phase 3 of Alice Griffith

2014
  • Commence construction of 5800 3rd Street Seniors
  • Continue construction of infrastructure at Alice Griffith

2015
  • Commence construction Phases 1 and 2 of Alice Griffith
  • Complete construction of 5800 3rd Street Seniors

 

Potrero Terrace & Annex
2010
  • Resident engagement around site plans
  • Community Building and Youth Leadership programs initiated
  • Submit land use/environmental application
  • Undertake preliminary retail planning and Potrero Recreation Center planning
  • Prepare planning analysis documents

2011
  • Expand community building programs on-site
  • Complete master site planning process

2015
  • Pursuing entitlements

 

Sunnydale
2010
  • Finalize proposed site plan
  • Community Building and Youth Leadership programs initiated
  • Submit land use/environmental application
  • Prepare "Design for Development" document
  • Prepare planning analysis documents

2011
  • Expand community building program on-site
  • Complete master site planning process

2012
  • Secured LEED ND Stage 1 Certification for the Sunnydale HOPE SF from the US Green Building Council. Sunnydale HOPE SF is the first certification in the U.S. under the LEED ND (non pilot) program.
  • Continued studies required under the CEQA and initiated process to combine this study with NEPA study.
  • Secured funding to conduct transportation planning.
  • Secured a HUD FY 2012 Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grant Award to create a transformation plan for Sunnydale and the surrounding neighborhood.

2013
  • Continued studies required under the CEQA and combined study with NEPA study.
  • Completed the Transportation Study by FEHR & PEERS with short to mid-term transportation recommendations and long term transportation recommendations.
  • Launched Sunnydale Health & Wellness Center located on site in collaboration with the SF Department of Health.

2014
  • Continued studies required under the CEQA / NEPA study. Draft EIS/EIR published on December 19th 2014.
  • As a result over 400 resident surveys, the Mercy Housing has determined three community initiatives to engage residents. They are “safety first,” “learning and earning,” and “health and well-being” that were launched at November 15th community meeting.
  • Published final Transformation Plan as part of Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grant, named "VisVision."

2015
  • Publish final EIS/EIR
  • Begin entitlements process.