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Multifamily Biz: Largest Redevelopment in San Francisco History Celebrates Opening of Affordable Housing Community

Multifamily Biz: Largest Redevelopment in San Francisco History Celebrates Opening of Affordable Housing Community

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Pacific Pointe, the first 100% affordable housing development in the San Francisco Shipyard, held its grand opening led by District 10 Supervisor Malia Cohen. Young Community Developers, a non-profit that serves the Bayview Hunters Point community, and AMCAL Multi-Housing, a leading affordable housing developer, joined together to develop Pacific Pointe. Located at 350 Friedell Street, Pacific Pointe includes 60 modern, fully equipped apartments, many with views of the city and bay.

“I am encouraged that the Pacific Pointe project actually serves the residents of the Bayview neighborhood. Many of our neighborhood’s residents live at Pacific Pointe and many have worked on its development,” said Supervisor Malia Cohen. “Not only has the construction of this project provided job and training opportunities for residents but also more permanent affordable housing opportunities for Bayview residents.”

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