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NEW Affordable Housing in the Haight

730 Stanyan is a new affordable housing development with 160 units to house low to moderate-income families as well as families and transitional age youth (TAY) who have experienced homelessness. The site fronts the historical commercial Haight Street and the residential Waller Street, while located at the entry to Golden Gate Park on Stanyan Street.

The project is a joint venture effort by Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC) and Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC), in partnership with the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD).

As nonprofit co-developers of the housing, CCDC and TNDC realize the important historical, cultural, and site context of 730 Stanyan and are collaborating to create a high-quality living environment and useful ground floor programs open to residents and the surrounding neighborhoods in District 5.
 
Review the project's
Frequently Asked Questions to learn more.

Couple walking in the crosswalk of the intersection of Haight and Ashbury streets.
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730 Stanyan Building Rendering

730 Stanyan broke ground on June 28, 2023.

For information about applying for housing units, check back in early 2025, and refer to the RESOURCES section to view "Housing Eligibility FAQ".

Thank you!

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February, 2024

History

Found on the edge of Golden Gate Park, at the intersection of Haight and Stanyan Streets, 730 Stanyan is located in the Haight, a complex, creative, and diverse neighborhood. For well over a century people have been drawn to this part of San Francisco.

It's been a hub of culture and transportation, a haven for progressive ideas, and a refuge for those displaced by the 1906 earthquake and redevelopment. Click here to learn more about the history of this area.

Map of 730 Stanyan and surrounding neighborhood.

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