In 2014, 1180 4th Street, which is owned and operated by Mercy Housing, opened with ECS providing supportive housing services to 50 of 149 housing units for formerly-homeless families.

From the Mercy Housing website:
The community straddles San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood and the new Mission Bay area, home to a new campus and medical center for the University of California, San Francisco. A large community room serves the residents of 1180 4th Street and will also be open during weekdays for the after school program for grade school children living at the building. A restaurant will anchor the corner of 4th and Channel Streets and the remaining 5-7 commercial spaces will be marketed to neighborhood-serving commercial tenants and will extend down the 4th Street commercial corridor wrapping around Longbridge Street. A resident property manager lives on-site.

AMENITIES & SERVICES:
Community room with kitchen
Two on-site daycare apartments
Non-smoking building
Computer center
Youth room
Exercise room
Bike storage room
Landscaped outdoor space with BBQ area, pingpong, outdoor movie and community garden area
Two central laundry facilities
Limited on-site parking
Car Share and accessible to public transportation via CAL TRAIN and MUNI

STATISTICS:
99 affordable rental apartment homes for low-income families
50 units for formerly-homeless households
One-, two- and three-bedroom apartments

ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES:
Energy Star washers, dishwashers and refrigerators, Energy Star Advanced Lighting package, recycled gray water/rain water irrigation system, no or low VOC products, use of environmentally friendly building material (recycled content materials), construction waste recycling/minimization which diverts at least 25% of construction waste from landfills and recycles at least 75% of construction and material waste.

To apply for ECS supportive housing, you must be directed to us by the City of San Francisco’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, having been found eligible for a City program. For more information, please visit the DHSH website or give them a call at (415) 252-3232.


ECS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES, 165 EIGHTH STREET, SAN FRANCISCO CA 94103 PH: (415) 487-3300 FAX: (415) 252-1743