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Shipyard Ahoy

Construction on the first below-market-rate building at the Hunters Point Shipyard could start as soon as this month now that a lease for the building's land has been approved by the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure. The project will have 59 apartments for households earning up to 50 percent of area median income. David Baker Architects and Interstice Architects are responsible for the design, which is part of the more than 1,400 residential units on the way in phase one of the Shipyard's redevelopment. [SF Business Times/Image via David Baker Architects]