Affordable Housing Pipeline
The dashboard below provides a snapshot of the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) and the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII) affordable housing pipeline projects. The projects listed are in the process of development—or are anticipated to be developed—in partnership with non-profit or for-profit developers and financed through city funding agreements, ground leases, disposition and participation agreements and conduit bond financing. The Affordable Housing Pipeline also includes housing units produced by private developers through the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program.
Instructions for Using the Dashboard
Filter reports by selecting data in each visualization. Hovering over data elements will display additional data. The data filter at the bottom of the page can be used filter the data by various categories. To select more than one data filter at a time, use the ‘Ctrl’ key. The dashboard includes three reports. Use the arrow keys at the bottom of the dashboard to scroll through the three affordable housing pipeline reports.
Source: Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development. (2020). Affordable Housing Pipeline. Retrieved from https://data.sfgov.org/Housing-and-Buildings/Affordable-Housing-Pipeline...
Definitions for Data Filters
- Family Units - Housing units whose occupancy is not restricted by age, disability or other special needs.
- Senior Units - Housing units whose occupancy is restricted by age; typically one household member must be 62-years-old or older.
- Supportive Housing Units - Housing units occupied by homeless or formerly homeless households; could be for homeless families, homeless singles, homeless seniors, or homeless transition-age youth.
- TAY Units - Housing units occupied by homeless or formerly homeless Transition-Age Youth age 18-24.
- Units for the Disabled - Housing units occupied by disabled households such as the developmentally disabled.
- Bonds Only - Projects for which MOHCD's involvement is limited to issuing the multifamily housing revenue bonds for the project and monitoring the project's compliance with its bond regulatory agreement.
- HOPE SF - Public housing projects planned for full-scale revitalization into mixed-income communities under the City's HOPE SF program.
- Inclusionary - Projects subject to Planning Code Section 415, the City's Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program.
- Inclusionary-OCII - Projects subject to the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure's Inclusionary Housing requirements.
- Multifamily - Projects developed with financial assistance from MOHCD or OCII.
- RAD Phase 1 - Projects in the 1st phase that are being rehabilitated under HUD's Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program.
- RAD Phase 2 - Projects in the 2nd phase that are being rehabilitated under HUD's Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program.
- Small Sites - Projects acquired and rehabilitate with financial assistance from MOHCD's Small Sites Program.
- Adaptive Reuse - Existing buildings not historically used for housing that have been rehabilitated for residential use.
- New Construction - Construction of new affordable housing.
- Rehabilitation - Rehabilitation of existing affordable housing.
- (1) Preliminary Phase - Project is in very preliminary planning by MOHCD or OCII such as prior to issuance a Request for Proposals for the site or developer selection.
- (2) Predevelopment Feasibility - Development phase after developer selection through a Request for Proposal/Qualifications and prior to securing the project's land use entitlement approvals.
- (3) Design with Entitlements Approved - Development phase after project has secured its land use entitlement approvals and prior to start of construction or rehabilitation.
- (4) Site Work Permit Issued - Development phase after building permit for site work has been issued by the Department of Building Inspection.
- (5) First Construction Document Issued - Development phase after the Department of Building Inspection has issued the building permit addenda that allows development of the project and excludes permits or addenda for demolition, grading, shoring, pile driving or site preparation work.
- (6) Complete - Project's construction or rehabilitation is complete and the Department of Building Inspection has issued a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) and/or Certificate of Final Completion (CFC).