Mission Bay South Block 9


Mission Bay South Block 9

410 China Basin Street

Property Manager Service Provider Anticipated Opening Demographic Number of Units
CHP CHP 2021 Formerly Homeless

Community Housing Partnership and BRIDGE Housing Corporation are pleased to have been selected by the San Francisco Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII) to develop Mission Bay South Block 9 (410 China Basin Street) as rental housing with supportive services for formerly homeless residents. Our approach to development and management are designed to include community input in order to provide future residents with a welcoming community and meaningful supportive services, assisting them to stabilize their lives and achieve self-sufficiency.

As we move forward, our project team is eager to engage with the Mission Bay community. It is our intent that decisions around building design, safety, community room programming and community open space be made in consultation with the nearby neighbors. We are happy to work with you to set up evening or weekend meetings or would appreciate the chance to present our progress at your upcoming community meetings. We also welcome your queries, concerns and ideas. Engaging with the project team early on will help maximize opportunities for community input before key decisions are made.

To arrange a meeting with our project team, please email Daniel Potter, Real Estate Development Project Manager for Community Housing Partnership at block9@chp-sf.org or 415-852-5300.


The proposed Project features three wings in a “U” shaped configuration, with a single-loaded central wing (along the western side of the parcel, adjacent to the Public Safety Building) connecting two double-loaded perpendicular wings (along China Basin Street and Mission Rock Street). The building is envisioned to be four-stories tall and wrap around a large landscaped courtyard that opens on to the future Bridgeview Way.

Bridgeview Way is currently designed to be a primarily pedestrian alley dividing Blocks 9 and 9a, however, it will also allow for emergency vehicle access and may include parking garage access for the future Block 9a development. A long, narrow shade garden along the building’s west side allows natural light between Block 9 and the adjacent Public Safety Building. Four photo-voltaic arrays and two prominent trellises are located on the low-slope roof. The design emphasizes natural light and ventilation. Corridors terminate in windows and the saw-tooth pattern of the China Basin Street and Mission Rock Street wings provides units with large shaded windows that take advantage of bay views where available. The ground floor is organized with a “Main Street” concept. The resident entrance, mail area, services suite, laundry, and resident lounge are aligned to promote interaction among residents and allow for active monitoring by staff. Resident amenities, some of which will be available to members of the Mission Bay South community, include:

  • Services and management suites, and staff break room
  • Large resident courtyard with seating areas, fitness trail, dog run, and pet station
  • Community room with kitchen, with an opening to a terrace in the central courtyard
  • Resident lounge
  • Shared laundry room
  • Linen/storage closets on each floor for in-home care providers
  • Bicycle parking and repair station
  • Community garden along Bridgeview Way

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