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The development firm Strada Investment Group has teamed up with the nonprofit Community Housing Partnership to transform the dilapidated Civic Center Hotel into a combination of market-rate housing and housing for the formerly homeless. The proposed 584-unit development would include 107 supportive housing units, replacing the 71 that are currently on site, and 477 market-rate rentals. Residents of the Civic Center Hotel could move into the new housing, while additional open supportive housing units would go to people who earn less than 20 percent of area median income and are transitioning from homelessness. [SF Examiner]