RAD – Robert B. Pitts Plaza

Renovation of 22 affordable housing buildings
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Location
San Francisco
Completion
May 2017 (est.)
Contract
29,000,000
Architect
Gelfand Partners Architects
Owner
San Francisco Housing Authority

Project Summary

Located in the Western Addition neighborhood of San Francisco and constructed in 1991, Robert B. Pitts Plaza is one of a number of public housing projects being rehabilitated under the Department of Housing and Urban Developmentā€™s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program. The existing two and three story buildings occupying nearly 2 full city blocks, and comprise 203 units.

The scope of the work includes the occupied renovation of 22 buildings containing all 203 units, including the replacement of windows, cabinets, flooring and some roofing; painting and upgrades of landscaping and playground areas.