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Breaking Ground

“For too long, people have felt that the Tenderloin was where San Francisco should try to solve the problem of homelessness,” David Schnur, director of housing development for Community Housing Partnership, told the San Francisco Business Times. “The city has been making efforts to have supportive housing in other parts of the city.” Community Housing Partnership and Bridge Housing have started construction on a $42 million, 120-unit apartment building designed by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects on the corner of Folsom and Essex streets in the Transbay redevelopment district. The building will provide housing for formerly homeless adults. The building is expected to be finished by September 2013. [SF Business Times]