San Cristina

Originally constructed as a commercial office building in 1913, San Cristina has been a prominent permanent supportive housing community in the Tenderloin neighborhood since its conversion to affordable housing in 1991. The four story, 58 unit, single room occupancy apartment building will undergo a substantial rehabilitation that prioritizes improvements to the quality of life of the existing tenants, energy efficiency upgrades, and enhancements to the staff’s onsite operating offices. The ground floor will contain a small community conference room, with a computer area, a media center, and a learning kitchen.

The rehabilitation of this property will provide energy efficiency upgrades that include new roof insulation, a new domestic hot water and plumbing system, added window film on existing windows, and a new HVAC system.

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