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Rockwell BMR Condos Coming on the Market in Pacific Heights

The name Pacific Heights brings to mind images of San Francisco living at its finest. There are the old-money mansions on Broadway. Trendy shops and eateries lining Fillmore  and Union streets. Beautiful parks for families. All at a price tag out of reach for most. One would think the same about Rockwell, located at 1688…

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1400 Mission Now Home to Twice-Displaced MEDA Clients

Fidgeting. Hair twirling. Foot tapping. Yes, there was an air of nervous anticipation in the air yesterday afternoon at the LGBT Community Center in San Francisco, as the lottery was conducted for below-market-rate (BMR) units at 1400 Mission, a 100 percent affordable-housing development. There were 167 residences for 355 hopeful lottery entrants for these brand-new…

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MEDA’s Juan Diego Castro Chosen for National Fellowship Program

Christopher Gil, Senior Content Marketing Manager (415) 282-3334 ext. 152 cgil@medasf.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 12, 2015 MEDA’s Juan Diego Castro Chosen for National Fellowship Program Colegio Fellowship Aims for Latinos to be Strong Leaders in their Fields San Francisco, CA—The National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders (NALCAB) announced today that Mission Economic Development Agency’s Housing Opportunities Manager…

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A Win for Affordable Housing: 1400 Mission’s 190 Units Coming on Market

Mid-Market wasn’t first on most must-live wish lists a few years back. With the recent renaissance in the area—as tech giants, such as Twitter, have been feathering their nests in the neighborhood–the commuter-friendly locale is now in high demand. That’s why it‘s good news that a site at Mission and 10th streets is prepping to…

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HomeownershipSF Expo to Showcase Options to Get Into San Francisco Housing Market

Everyone knows how expensive housing is in the Bay Area. The idea of owning your own home, especially in the city of San Francisco, can be daunting. According to the California Association of Realtors latest statistics, the median single-family home price in San Francisco has risen to $964,670, up a whopping 28.6% year over year,…

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