1180 Fourth Street
San Francisco, CA
1180 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94158
Phone: (415) 882-4663
TTY: 800-855-2880 or 711
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
About 1180 Fourth Street
Mercy Housing’s 1180 4th Street, a gateway to San Francisco’s Mission Bay South neighborhood at the corner of 4th and Channel streets, is part of a fast-growing neighborhood that includes a new campus and medical center for the University of California, San Francisco. 1180 4th Street features 99 affordable rental homes for very-low and low-income families and 50 affordable apartments for formerly homeless households. 1180 4th Street is a non-smoking, six-story community of 150 one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. Common areas include two levels of courtyards and gardens, as well as a large community room with a kitchen, and a space for supportive services. Two family day-care apartments also operate onsite, serving children from the property and greater community.
Amenities and Services
- Community room with kitchen
- Two onsite daycare apartments
- Non-smoking building
- Computer center
- Teen room
- Exercise room
- Bike storage room
- Landscaped outdoor space with BBQ area, pingpong, and community garden area
- Two central laundry facilities
- Limited onsite parking
- Accessible to public transportation via CAL TRAIN & MUN
- 99 affordable rental apartment homes for low-income families
- 50 apartments for formerly-homeless households
- One-, two- and three-bedroom apartments
- Funded by: California Department of Housing; Community Development's Transit Oriented Development (TOD); Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure; successor to the former San Francisco Redevelopment Agency; Bank of America; California Tax Credit Allocation Committee; Silicon Valley Bank; California Community Reinvestment Corporation (CCRC)
- Environmental features: Energy Star washers, dishwashers and refrigerators, Energy Star Advanced Lighting package, no or low VOC products, use of environmentally friendly building material (recycled content materials), construction waste recycling/minimization which diverts at least 25% of construction waste from landfills and recycles at least 75% of construction and material waste.
- Contractor: James E. Roberts - Obayashi Corp.
- Architects: Mithun | Solomon and Kennerly Architecture & Planning
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