A project to construct 60 affordable housing units has been approved by the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure, successor to the now defunct San Francisco Redevelopment Agency. Builder Amcal is planning to start construction in the spring on what will be the first rental building in the Hunter's Point redevelopment plan. Builder Lennar Urban recently began constructing the first building overall, an 88-unit condo project. The first phase of the city-run redevelopment is for 1,400 housing units (of a planned 12,000 units over the next 20 years), of which at least one third will be affordable.
·Amcal revs up affordable housing at Hunters Point Shipyard [SF Business Times]
·Bayview-Hunter's Point Development Watch [Curbed SF]