Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 1

Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 1’s total housing production goal at full build-out is 1,428 units, of which 29% (or 407 units) will be affordable to low- and moderate-income households.  In HPS Phase 1, the housing production at the end of FY19-20 was 35% complete with 505 units built and occupied. Of those completed units, 102 were affordable housing units, all of which are inclusionary affordable units within market rate developments including one stand-alone 100% developer-funded inclusionary housing development at HPS Phase 1 Block 49. Four OCII-subsidized 100% affordable housing developments are in either predevelopment or future development phases of planning and development on two parcels in the Hillside area and two parcels in the Hilltop area.

Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 1 Housing Status Table

        Affordable Unit Breakdown
  Total Units

Market Rate

Total Affordable

Inclusionary Affordable

OCII
Affordable

Completed

505

403

102

102

-

In Construction

77

68

9

9

-

Predevelopment

813

550

263

80

183

Preliminary Planning

-

-

-

-

-

Future Development

33

-

33

-

33

TOTAL

1,428

1,021

407

191

216

AT FINAL BUILD OUT, % AFFORDABLE OF TOTAL UNITS:

    29%  

 

Source: FY 20-21 Annual Housing Production Report

 

  • Certificate of Preference Program (COP)
  • DAHLIA Program
  • Additional Housing Resources

Certificate of Preference

The Certificate of Preference is a special document that gives highest priority to applicants in City-sponsored housing lotteries. The former San Francisco Redevelopment Agency issued them to displaced households in the 1960s and 1970s.

You can exercise a Certificate of Preference twice - to rent one unit and to buy one unit.

If you don’t have the physical certificate, you can still check if you’re eligible for this program.

Visit the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development website for more information.  Click here.

Visit the DAHLIA site.