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Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco’s Daly City Development Sold-out

Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco started the process of selecting 36 new families for its development at 7555 Mission Street in Daly City nearly a year ago. The process included financial literacy workshops, in-person interviews, home visits and stacks of applications. Habitat for Humanity’s Family Selection Committee, composed of staff, volunteers, and current Habitat homeowners, recently selected the 36th and final family.

Habitat for Humanity’s 36-unit Daly City condominium development is one of the agency’s largest affordable housing projects to date. The project marks the fourth successful collaboration between the City of Daly City and Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco, making home ownership a reality for 36 very low- to low-income Daly City families.

The development features 34 three-bedroom, two bath homes and two two-bedroom, two bath homes. All of the units in the three-story building are 1,100 square feet and include parking. Habitat’s newest Daly City project is within walking distance to the Colma BART station and SamTrans bus stops, qualifying it as a transit oriented development. The project garnered the Signature Award from the Grand Boulevard Initiative, a regional agency charged with improving the performance, safety, and aesthetics of the El Camino Real/Mission Street corridor from Daly City to San Jose.

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