The four- and five-story apartments use about 20% less energy than under California’s Title 24 standards. The project is being built in the city’s South of Market mixed-use neighborhood and parking for its residents is being reduced by 70% because it is close to public transportation. City CarShare, a fuel-efficient vehicles service for residents and community members, will use four of the parking spaces.
The development — which is expected to be finished by the early spring — will provide 98 affordable housing units for low- and very low-income residents.
For more information, e-mail Bambi Tran, or call her at 202-628-6100 x206.