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1064 Mission & Clinic

Project Summary

Project started 2019

Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco (ECS), Mercy Housing, and the City of San Francisco are collaborating on the construction of San Francisco’s largest supportive housing development for formerly homeless seniors (age 55 years+) and adults. The dual-building development is being constructed beside the James R. Browning Court House on 7th Street and will extend through the block from Mission Street to Stevenson Street. Once completed, the residence will provide permanent studio apartments for up to 256 individuals experiencing chronic homelessness, with 103 of these new units earmarked for seniors. Each building will have a community kitchen, onsite laundry, and landscaped courtyards.

The facility also includes:

  • Community-use open space (open to the public five days per week)
  • Tom Waddell Urgent Care Clinic with the Department of Public Health’s (DPH) specialized street medicine program and dental services
  • Offices for the Homeless Outreach Team of the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH)
  • Filipino-based public art installed

Electrical and fire alarm installation

Low voltage installation of tele/data systems, access control and CCTV Systems