Developments

Storefronts: Mission Housing commercial spaces

Commercial spaces attract business tenants, generate funds for resident and community services

The economic vitality of the Mission and other SF neighborhoods is strengthened by small business enterprises operating in the ground floor commercial spaces of Mission Housing Development Corporation residential properties.

The rental/lease terms offered by Mission Housing attract a wide variety of businesses to lease office or retail commercial spaces — from nonprofits to restaurants to hair salons. These mixed-use locations can be found in high traffic areas of the Mission District, South Park and Mission Bay — the neighborhood that includes AT&T Park.

Property

Address

Tenant

Altamont Hotel

3040 16th Street

Noah Guy

Altamont Hotel

3052 16th Street

Produce Market

Altamont Hotel

3048 16th Street

Mission Graduates

Apollo Hotel

418 Valencia Street

Time Frame

Hotel Madrid

22 South Park

Mexico Au Parc

Parkview Hotel

102 South Park

Café Centro

Maria Alicia

3080 16th Street

Mission Hiring Hall

Maria Alicia

3092 16th Street

Manny’s

Rich Sorro Commons

215 King Street

Orange Theory

Rich Sorro Commons

217 King Street

King Street Bistro

Rich Sorro Commons

219 King Street

ShaBu ShaBu

Rich Sorro Commons

221 King Street

Amazing Nails

Rich Sorro Commons

223 King Street

SuperCuts

Rich Sorro Commons

227 King Street

Nama Sushi

Rich Sorro Commons

105 Berry Street

MNC

Scattered Site

2943 16th Street

Tamale Lady*

Scattered Site

2947 16th Street

Instituto Laboral De La Raza

Scattered Site

2782 24th Street

Bris Creations

Scattered Site

3254 24th Street

Calle 24

Scattered Site

2800 Bryant Street

Catering With Style

Scattered Site

MNC

MNC

Revenue from commercial spaces creates unique benefits

A substantial portion of Mission Housing commercial rent income helps support the resident and community services provided at each apartment building. This additional revenue helps keep Mission Housing Resident Services remain self-funded — leaving grants and other funding sources available to other San Francisco organizations. The market-rate commercial spaces help Mission Housing provide below market rate opportunities for smaller commercial and nonprofit tenants.

For more info about leasing commercial space from Mission Housing, connect with Sam Moss.

VIEW: “Storefronts: Doing Business in the Mission”, a documentary film profiling the San Francisco small businesses and community-serving nonprofits that are stabilized by leasing commercial space from Mission Housing.

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commercial spaces infographic 2017
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