Mission Possible Family Housing

Casa Adelante at 681 Florida

San Francisco, CA

Designed for Healthy Living

This mixed-use development provides amenity-rich, family-friendly urban living. Rooftop gardens, generous ground-floor community space, and healthy materials contribute to a building for all ages. Highly coordinated systems design and careful cost analysis help achieve a fossil-fuel-free building with an EUI that meets the 2030 Challenge, ensuring high sustainable performance with low maintenance.

Serving Community Needs

The development supports displaced and low-income families with 30% of units reserved for formerly homeless residents with incomes 15-30% AMI; the remainder of units are available to residents with incomes 40-60% AMI. The project also provides spaces for a variety of programs and services, from job placement and tax preparation, to urban rooftop farming and healthy cooking classes.

Honoring the Mission’s Art Culture

In support of cultural place-keeping in the Mission, a double-height performance and practice space for local arts institution Carnaval anchors the ground floor. A forecourt with a large art gate at the main entrance welcomes events as well as curious passers-by, activating the street and engaging the community in the arts.

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