SF's Quiet Excelsior Becoming...

SF's Quiet Excelsior Becoming...

  • Beverly Barnett
  • 12/9/17

How the Excelsior district in San Francisco is becoming an affordable-housing hot spot in the city. (Photo: SF Chronicle)

SF’s Quiet Excelsior Becoming

A residential development boom is quietly taking shape in San Francisco’s Excelsior district, an unpretentious enclave that residents often complain has been forgotten when it comes to investment and services. On Monday, a development group is set to submit plans for a 426-unit apartment complex on outer Mission Street, a project that would include a new Safeway grocery store, a neighborhood health center and other retail. The Mission Street project, a joint venture between nonprofit developer Bridge Housing and the National Electrical Benefits Fund, combines two of the largest plots of land in the neighborhood: the Valente Marini Perata & Co. funeral-home site at 4840 Mission St.

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