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Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure
Request for Proposals to develop affordable rental housing units and provide supportive services to extremely low-income formerly homeless persons on Mission Bay South Block 9; Mission Bay South Redevelopment Project Area
The Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (“OCII”), the Successor to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency (“SFRA”), is seeking submittals from qualified applicants to develop, own, and operate a maximum number of units of affordable rental housing. The housing will serve extremely low-income formerly homeless persons at Block 9 (the “Project”) in the Mission Bay South Redevelopment Project Area (“Project Area”). An applicant (“Applicant”) is defined as a team comprised of only the following: a non-profit developer (“Developer”), property manager, an architect, a Workforce and Contracting Action Plan (“WCAP”) consultant (if an outside consultant is being proposed), and a qualified services provider. As required by the 1998 Mission Bay Affordable Housing Policy, adopted by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency on September 17, 1998 (Resolution No. 194-98), preference will be given to nonprofit housing development corporations headquartered in San Francisco. The selected Applicant will be required to select its other consultants and contractors in accordance with the OCII’s Small Business Enterprise Program.
Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure,One South Van Ness Avenue, 5th Floor Room 5080 San Francisco, CA 94103
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MBS Block 9 RFP
MBS Block 9 RFP Attachment #22
MBS Block 9 RFP Attachments #1-21