Dev/Mission Announces New Lease Agreement with Mission Housing
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(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) — One of the premier Resident Services collaborations in San Francisco is taking another step forward.
On June 3, 2019, two years after agreeing to partner and incubate at one of Mission Housing Development Corporation’s marquee buildings, <dev/Mission> has signed a new lease agreement with the nonprofit developer making Valencia Gardens, located at 360 Valencia St., the official headquarters of the tech nonprofit.
“When we incubated dev/Mission two years ago, we could only dream that Leo and his team would reward our faith the way that they have,” said Sam Moss, Executive Director at Mission Housing. “We’re beyond proud of dev/Mission’s success. They’re further proof that Mission Housing’s commercial tenants thrive when they’re truly community partners, and we’ll continue to support these invaluable assets to our communities because that is the Mission Housing way.”
Mission Housing and dev/Mission are pleased to extend an invitation to the public on June 3, 2019 for the official ribbon cutting ceremony at the official headquarters of dev/Mission — 360 Valencia St. in the heart of the Mission District.
“Dev/Mission is very thankful to our partner Mission Housing Development Corporation for working together with our leadership team to develop this amazing lease that will help us enhance and deliver programming in the Mission District for years to come,” said Leo Sosa, Executive Director of dev/Mission.
“You know your work matters when you support an amazing organization and partner such as dev/Mission,” said Marcia Contreras, Deputy Executive Director at Mission Housing.
“Mission Housing is thrilled to be able to secure a space for dev/Mission, but most importantly what this space represents to so many young adults. We believed in the vision that Leo Sosa presented to us two years ago. Today, we celebrate a mutual collaboration that has produced opportunities to so many, but most importantly it has empowered our young adults to believe in themselves and become our future leaders in the tech industry. They will now be responsible to open doors to others coming behind them within our own community.”
Launched two years ago, dev/Mission aims to train untapped young adults ages 16 to 24 for careers in tech.
To learn more about <dev/Mission> and to participate in this event please contact Leo Sosa at email@example.com.
When: Monday June 3rd, 2019
Where: Dev/Mission HQ (360 Valencia Street)
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm
ABOUT MISSION HOUSING:
Mission Housing Development Corporation is a nonprofit, community-based organization creating and preserving high-quality affordable housing, and providing supportive services for residents of low and moderate incomes in the Mission District and throughout San Francisco. For more information on Mission Housing, visit MissionHousing.org.
Our Mission: To train untapped young adults for careers in technology.
Our Vision: To build wealth and prosperity in our local diverse communities through jobs in technology.
Our Goal: Our goal is to connect the most overlooked population in San Francisco, Bay Area and beyond; and expose them to careers in the tech industry.
Leonardo Sosa, Executive Director
Julio Lara, Communications Manager