Plaza Apartments

 

Plaza Apartments
988 Howard Street/Sixth Street
San Francisco, California

Welcome to this virtual tour of the Plaza Apartments.

Virtual Tour Under Construction - hard hats optional.

Check back regularly to see many missing details filled in as well as new photo panoramas and information about the completed building. Your questions, comments and suggestions much appreciated.

The Plaza Apartments is located at the corner of Sixth and Howard streets in San Francisco, California.

Plaza Apartments is a 9-story (and basement) mixed-use low-income housing building. It has 106 single room occupancy (SRO) efficiency studios with private baths. The housing part of the building contains community rooms, social services, laundry facilities and a rooftop patio garden for the previously chronically homeless tenants. The ground floor and basement levels include a credit union and a community theatre.

The city-owned building was developed by the Public Initiatives Development Corporation (PIDC), a subsidiary of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency (SFRA).

Most of the $22 million in building financing was provided by SFRA and Enterprise Community Investment Inc.

The building was designed as a LEED for New Construction (LEED-NC) green building project and is seeking a LEED-NC rating of Silver. The Plaza Apartments also reflects the design principles of the Green Communities Initiative.

The building architectural design was a collaboration between Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects and Paulett Taggart Architects.

The building has many green features that make it healthier for tenants, more economical to operate and environmentally-sound in its use of materials.

Now go and explore our virtual tour of the Plaza Apartments. Find out why this is a great green building and a wonderful home for the 106 previously homeless individuals who live there now.

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