HOPE SF will revitalize four of San Francisco’s severely distressed public housing sites by creating thriving and mixed-income communities.

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HOPE SF: Revitalizing Communities, Transforming Lives
HOPE SF is not just about rebuilding public housing. The program borrows from the most successful national models to focus on revitalizing the whole community, not just on constructing new buildings. HOPE SF will create opportunities to transform residents’ lives, not just their homes, by investing in the schools, services, safety, and support needed for success. Find out more »
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HOPE SF Launches First Site: Hunters View
At Hunters View, obsolete buildings are in dire need of replacement. HOPE SF will replace all existing 267 public housing units and add additional affordable and market-rate homes to the community. The development team, composed of John Stewart Company, Ridge Point Non-Profit Housing Corporation, and Devine & Gong, Inc., began construction in January 2010. Find out more »



Mayor Lee & Supervisor Cohen Celebrate First Phase Completion Of Hope SF Hunters View Public Housing Rebuild Project

January 2013

Welcome 25 Families to New Homes in Hunters View HOPE SF Revitalized Community

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HOPE SF sites' Sunnydale and Potrero receive 2012 Choice Neighborhood Initiative Planning Grants from HUD

October 2012

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Northern CA Enterprise Celebrates 30 Years by Landscaping at Alice Griffith

October 2012

As part of Enterprise's 30th Anniversary Celebration James Rouse Service Day, the Northern CA Enterprise staff did some landscaping at Alice Griffith! With the help of Urban Strategies, the onsite service provider, and Alice residents, staff members planted natives plants all around the Alice Griffith Opportunity Center.

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HOPE SF Leadership Academy to Re-Launch this September!

August 2012

The award-wnning HOPE SF Leadership Academy will be re-launching this September. The Academy aims to enhance the depth and impact of resident engagement in the HOPE SF process by fostering the growth of resident leaders. The program is open to any on lease resident at an active HOPE SF site who is 18 years or older.

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Memo to Hunters View Resident on Fire

June 2012

On June 16, in the early morning, there was a fire at Hunters View. The SFFD arrived at the site at appoximately 4 am and put out the fire. The fire was isolated to a portion of the new Block 4 building and no one was injured in the fire. Additionally, no occupied units or new Block 5 & 6 units were damaged.

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