The Hunters View housing project is in the midst of a $450 million redevelopment that is replacing 267 dilapidated public housing units with 800 units of public, below-market rate, and market-rate apartments. Developer John Stewart Co. has already made progress on the public housing component, with projects designed by Paulett Taggart Architects and David Baker Architects (and a master plan by Mithun | Solomon). Now, three sites totaling 2.5 acres of city-owned Hunters View property, capable of accommodating hundreds of units of market-rate housing, have hit the market, reports the San Francisco Business Times. Once a developer scoops up the sites, which would be fully entitled, work can begin on the latest development to hit a rapidly changing corner of the city.
The sites are just a stone's throw from Lennar Urban's forthcoming 12,000 homes at the Hunters Point Shipyard and Build Inc's 900 units at India Basin.
The Hunters View housing project is one of many neighborhood transformations on the way via the city's Hope SF program, and will be the first of a series of similar efforts in Sunnydale and Potrero Hill.
· Previous Coverage of Hunters View [Curbed SF]
· Bayview Public Housing Site Ready for $450M Mixed-Income Rebuild [San Francisco Business Times]
· Previous Coverage of the Hunters Point Shipyard [Curbed SF]
· Hope SF [Official Site]
· Rebuild Potrero Redevelopment Finally Takes a Step Forward [Curbed SF]