There are thousands of affordable rental units in San Francisco built by nonprofit agencies who also manage these buildings. The income requirements for these units can range from 20% of Area Median Income to 60% of Area Median Income. Click here for more information.
There are over 800 affordable rental units mixed into private buildings across San Francisco. Most of these units are available to households earning 55% or 60% of Area Median Income. Click here for more information.
- Middle Income Housing Program - The Middle Income Rental Program allows real estate developers a density bonus under Planning Code Section 124(f) if they provide units that are restricted at no more than 150% of State Median Income. MOHCD and the Planning Department monitor these units under the Inclusionary Procedures Manual. Click here for more information.
These units are owned and operated by the San Francisco Housing Authority and are throughout San Francisco. Please visit the San Francisco Housing Authority website or call (415) 554-1200.
Sign up for the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development Housing Email Alert System (click here)
Talk to a Housing Counselor (click here)
Review our San Francisco Housing and Homelessness and Resource Guide (click here)
Review Maximum Income Levels by Household Size (click here)
Last updated: 8/17/2015 5:07:30 PM