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Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC) - SRO - Grant Avenue
Address 1525 Grant Avenue, 94133 (between Union and Filbert)
Phone 415-984-1450
Email
Website
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Hours M-F, 9am-5pm
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1525 Grant Avenue, 94133 (between Union and Filbert)

415-984-1450

800-735-2929 (TDD)

415-362-7992 (FAX)

415-929-1499 (FAX) (Housing Development)

415-673-3176 (FAX) (Property Management)

M-F, 9am-5pm

Operates low-income housing in several neighborhoods. Majority of units are Single Room Occupancy (SRO). Tenants share baths and kitchens. Most rooms allow only 1 person. Simple, one-page housing flyer with instructions on how to apply for housing is available at CCDC office for residency in the following buildings:

Applications are only accepted at the individual building's management office at specific times. Pick up and turn in applications at the buildings for which you wish to apply.

Bayside Elderly Housing, 77 BroadwayEdit

The Cambridge, 473 Ellis Street, 94111 (homeless, employable, clean, sober singles)Edit

Clayton Hotel, 657 Clay Street 94111 (residential hotel)Edit

The Consorcia, 1204 Mason Street (apartment building)Edit

Golden Gate Apartments, 1820 Post St. (apartments)Edit

Hamlin Hotel, 385 Eddy Street (residential hotel)Edit

Larkin/Pine Senior, 1303 Larkin St. (single rooms w/ community kitchen)Edit

Namiki Apartments, 1776 Sutter St. (one-bedroom units for seniors)Edit

Notre Dame Apartments, 1590 Broadway (studio and one-bedroom units for seniors)Edit

St. Claire Residence, 585 Geary St., (single room w/ shared bath and community kitchen)Edit

Swiss American Hotel, 534 Broadway, (single rooms w/ community kitchen and baths)Edit

Tenderloin Family Apartments, 201 Turk St., (studios, 1-4 bedroom units)Edit

Tower, 1527 Grant Ave., (single rooms with community kitchen and baths)Edit

William Penn Hotel, 160 Eddy St., (single rooms w/ community kitchen and some pvt. Bath)Edit

1370 California Apartments, 1370 California St. @ Hyde St., (apartments)Edit

523 Grant, 523 Grant Ave. @ Pine St., (single rooms with community kitchen and baths)Edit

665 Clay, 655 Clay Street @ Kearny, (single rooms with community kitchen and baths)Edit

9th Avenue Terraces, 289 - 9th Ave. @ Clement St., (single rooms w/ shared kitchen and baths)Edit

2010 HAP Manual TextEdit

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Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC) - N

1525 Grant Avenue, 94133 (between Union and Filbert)

415-984-1450

415-984-9910 (TDD)

415-362-7992 (FAX)

415-929-1499 (FAX) (Housing Development)

415-673-3176 (FAX) (Property Management)

M-F, 9am-5pm

http://www.chinatowncdc.org


Operates low-income housing in several neighborhoods. Majority of units are Single Room Occupancy (SRO). Tenants share baths and kitchens. Most rooms allow only 1 person. Simple, one-page housing flyer with instructions on how to apply for housing is available at CCDC office for residency in the following buildings:


523 Grant, 523 Grant Ave., mixed low-income individuals

665 Clay, 665 Clay St., mixed low-income individuals and families

1150 Grant, 1150 Grant Ave., mixed low-income individuals and families

1370 California, 1370 California St., mixed low-income individuals and families

9th Avenue Terrace, 289 9th Ave., Mixed low-income individuals

Bayside Elderly Housing, 777 Broadway St., low-income seniors

Broadway Family Apartments, 810 Battery St., low-income families

Cambridge Hotel, 473 Ellis St., low-income special needs (formerly homeless)

Clayton Hotel, 657 Clay St., mixed low-income individuals

Consorcia, 1204 Mason St., mixed low-income individuals and families

Crescent Cove, Mission Bay Site N-5, 420 Berry St., mixed low-income families and

individuals

Golden Gate Apts., 1820 Post St., mixed low-income individuals and families

Hamlin Hotel, 385 Eddy St., low-income special needs (formerly homeless)

International Hotel Senior Housing, 848 Kearny St., low-income seniors

Larkin Pine Senior Housing, 1303 Larkin St., low-income seniors

Namiki Apts., 1776 Sutter St., low-income seniors

Notre Dame Apts., 1590 Broadway St., low-income seniors

Parkview Terraces, 871-881 Turk St., low-income seniors

St. Claire, 585 Geary St., mixed low-income individuals and families

Swiss American, 534 Broadway St., mixed low-income

Tenderloin Family Housing, 201 Turk St., low-income families

Tower Hotel, 1527 Grant Ave., mixed low-income individuals

Wharf Plaza, 1855 Kearny St., mixed low-income individuals and families

William Penn Hotel, 160 Eddy St., low-income special needs


Applications are only accepted at the individual building's management office at specific times. Pick up and turn in applications at the buildings for which you wish to apply.

2013-2014 HAP Manual UpdatesEdit

The 2013-2014 HAP Manual has many changes that are not currently part of SFHomeless.net. The question is whether the wiki or the manual contains the most up to date information. The most efficient way to ensure the wiki has the best information is to add the 2013-2014 HAP Manual text into its respective wiki agency page under a new section “2013-2014 HAP Manual Updates”. It will then be up to future wiki users to determine whether and how to update the agency page with the new information.

Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC) - K 1525 Grant Ave., 94133 415-984-1450 415- 984-1496 (Housing Waitlist Hotline) 415-362-7992 (Fax) M-F: 9:00-5:00 info@chinatowncdc.org www.chinatowncdc.org

CDCC provides tenant assistance for the low-income Asian community, including housing and tenant association organizing. They also provide referrals to attorneys and other professionals. Languages offered are Cantonese and Mandarin.

Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC) - MM 1525 Grant Ave., 94133 (between Union and Filbert) 415-984-1450 415-984-9910 (TDD) 415-362-7992 (Fax) 415-929-1499 (Fax) (Housing Development) 415-673-3176 (Fax) (Property Management) M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. http://www.chinatowncdc.org

Chinatown Community Development Cetner operates low-income housing in several neighborhoods. Majority of units are Single Room Occupancy (SRO). Tenants share baths and kitchens. Most rooms allow only 1 person. Simple, one-page housing flyer with instructions on how to apply for housing is available at CCDC office for residency in the following buildings:

523 Grant, 523 Grant Ave., mixed low-income individuals 665 Clay, 665 Clay St., mixed low-income individuals and families 1150 Grant, 1150 Grant Ave., mixed low-income individuals and families 1370 California, 1370 California St., mixed low-income individuals and families 9th Avenue Terrace, 289 9th Ave., mixed low-income individuals Bayside Elderly Housing, 777 Broadway St., low-income seniors Broadway Family Apartments, 810 Battery St., low-income families Cambridge Hotel, 473 Ellis St., low-income special needs (formerly homeless) Clayton Hotel, 657 Clay St., mixed low-income individuals Consorcia, 1204 Mason St., mixed low-income individuals and families Crescent Cove, Mission Bay Site N-5, 420 Berry St., mixed low-income families and individuals Golden Gate Apts., 1820 Post St., mixed low-income individuals and families Hamlin Hotel, 385 Eddy St., low-income special needs (formerly homeless) International Hotel Senior Housing, 848 Kearny St., low-income seniors Larkin Pine Senior Housing, 1303 Larkin St., low-income seniors Namiki Apts., 1776 Sutter St., low-income seniors Notre Dame Apts., 1590 Broadway St., low-income seniors Parkview Terraces, 871-881 Turk St., low-income seniors St. Claire, 585 Geary St., mixed low-income individuals and families Swiss American, 534 Broadway St., mixed low-income Tenderloin Family Housing, 201 Turk St., low-income families Tower Hotel, 1527 Grant Ave., mixed low-income individuals Wharf Plaza, 1855 Kearny St., mixed low-income individuals and families William Penn Hotel, 160 Eddy St., low-income special needs

Applications are only accepted at the individual building’s management office at specific times. Pick up and turn in applications at the buildings for which you wish to apply.

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