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San Francisco Supervisors Approve 1,100-Home Balboa Reservoir Development

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The San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved the development agreement for a 1,100-home project at the Balboa Reservoir site. The developer is a partnership between BRIDGE Housing and AvalonBay Communities along with Mission Housing and Habitat for Humanity.

The 17-acre parcel is owned by the City and County of San Francisco under the jurisdiction of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. It is located in the West of Twin Peaks area of south-central San Francisco and will include 150 affordable educator units to be prioritized for City College faculty and staff housing. Plans include four acres of public open space, a 100-seat childcare center and a community meeting space.

San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed says, “The Balboa Reservoir housing project will create over a thousand new homes for families, for workers, and for teachers, while also providing much-needed open space and childcare facilities. This project is a victory for San Francisco and our residents, and will help make the City a more affordable place to live.”

*Rendering courtesy of  San Francisco Planning Dept.

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