AMCAL is proud to build Pacific Point Apartments in partnership with Young Community Developers (YCD), a San Francisco nonprofit that provides training and support for residents of Bayview Hunters Point. In cooperation with the San Francisco Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure, which is the successor to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency.
The project will be affordable to households earning no more than 50 percent of the San Francisco median income. Pacific Point will consist of 60 affordable apartments, which include one, two, and three-bedroom units.
The apartment building, which is designed by David Baker Architects and Interstice Architects, will have one level of concrete parking structure with four levels of living space. The garage level will provide 45 parking spaces as well as 110 bike spaces. Common spaces will include four community rooms and lounges, laundry, a common space kitchen as well as offices for onsite property management. The top level will have an open-air deck; landscaped courtyards will be on the podium level.