Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure
OCII—the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure—is the driving force in creating three new San Francisco inclusive neighborhoods—Hunters Point Shipyard/Candlestick Point, Transbay and Mission Bay. Through public-private partnerships, OCII is bringing to life over 1,100 acres of land. Reflecting the diverse character of the City and its residents, the new neighborhoods feature economic vitality, affordable and market rate housing opportunities, and neighborhood-serving amenities such as public parks and open space.
OCII’s work is vital to the Mayor’s plan to create 30,000 housing units by 2020, with one third of those units as permanently affordable. Working with nonprofit and for profit developers, OCII is leading the creation of thousands of affordable housing units in the three new neighborhoods, as well as units in other redevelopment project areas. OCII’s work will result in more than 3,500 affordable units produced by 2020—more than one-third of the Mayor’s goal.
OCII is a state-authorized local entity serving as the successor to the former San Francisco Redevelopment Agency. All 400 redevelopment agencies in California were dissolved in February 2012 by order of the California Supreme Court in a decision issued in December 2011. OCII is unique among successor agencies to former redevelopment agencies in that it has long-term major development projects approved by the State and requiring the exercise of broad redevelopment authority, including tax increment financing, affordable housing production, and project-specific design and land use approvals.
News & Updates
- Amendments to the Hunters Point Shipyard and Bayview Hunters Point Redevelopment Plans
- Updated Transbay Project Area Status Sheet (January 2017)
- OCII's Statement in Reaction to California Supreme Court Ruling & Warriors' Groundbreaking (January 19, 2017)
- Article — OCII's Affordable Housing Efforts Integral to City's Housing Goal
- Article — City steps up effort to support residents who had been displaced in the past
- OCII's Statement regarding favorable ruling on proposed Warriors Mission Bay Event Center
- Mayor Lee's Statement regarding favorable ruling
Recent OCII Affordable Housing Activity
- Five 88 (Mission Bay Block 7 West)
- 255 Fremont / 222 Beale (Transbay Block 7)
- OCII Affordable Housing Production Report Fiscal Year 2015-2016, December 2016
- Pacific Pointe Apartments (Shipyard Block 49)
- 280 Beale (Transbay Block 6)
- Dr. George W. Davis Senior residence and Senior Center (1751-1753 Carroll Ave.)
Contact Us - Click here for Agency Contacts
To receive information on OCII’s Commission and Oversight Board via email, please click here to be added to our database: InfoRequest.OCII@sfgov.org