San Francisco LGBT Aging Housing Gets Funds

After many years of development and negotiation, the first affordable housing project in San Francisco to be funded by a trust fund approved by the voters in November will be an LGBT-focused housing development by Openhouse and Mercy Housing California.

The allocation of $6.1 million represents but a downpayment on the 110-unit project, which is estimated to cost $53 million in total.  If the remaining funds can be secured, the first tenants may be able to move in in 2015.

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