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Application Period Open for 308 Turk!

One SFCLT affordable housing opportunity for moderate income households: apply by May 1

The application period for this unit at 308 Turk begins Monday April 17 and SFCLT will accept applications until 5/1/2017.

308 Turk Street, 1 Studio for $2,061/month*

Open House Dates

  • April 202-3pm (Thursday)

  • April 222-3pm (Saturday)

  • April 262:30-3:30pm (Wednesday)

Applications due by May 1, 2017

Applicants mail in paper applications to the following address:

308 Turk Street -BMR

PO Box 420847
San Francisco, CA 94142

If you choose to mail in a paper application, you must also include a self –addressed stamped envelope with the application in order to receive your lottery ticket.


Paper applications may be dropped off at an Open House.

Paper applications can be downloaded from https://housing.sfgov.org/ or picked up from one of the housing counseling agencies listed at https://housing.sfgov.org/housing-counselors

If you need application assistance or information about available housing resources, please refer to the organizations listed in the SF Housing Resource Guide by clicking here:http://sfmohcd.org/san-francisco-housing-resource-guide

Contact SFCLT at (415) 399-0943 or housing@sfclt.org for information on the units and view the full unit posting at www.sfmohcd.org.

Units are monitored through the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development Small Site Program and are subject to monitoring and other restrictions. Visit www.sfmohcd.org for program information.

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SF Co-op Town Hall

 Come out to the annual SFCLT Co-op Town Hall Saturday, May 6th!  

Like others in previous years, this year's event is structured to connect co-ops members to information and resources on topics such as cooperative financing, member outreach, board relations, etc.

The Town Hall is put on by SFCLT along with the California Association of Housing Cooperatives and the National Association of Housing Cooperatives (NAHC).  There will be a keynote talk by Greg Carlson, President of the NAHC Board of Directors, followed by breakout sessions on topics such as:

  • Finance & Budgeting for the Short & Long Term

  • Increasing Communications & Member Engagement

  • Property Management Models

We will also be providing free breakfast and lunch to all who RSVP.

SF Co-op Town Hall

Saturday, May 6, 10am-3pm

African American Art & Culture Complex

762 Fulton Street, San Francisco

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Monthly Neighborhood Introduction Workshop

Introduction to Community Land Trusts & SFCLT at the San Francisco Public Library!

Join us from 6-7:00 p.m. at the San Francisco Public Library - Western Addition. SFCLT will be holding an Introduction to Community Land Trusts and Cooperatives at the Public Library for anyone interested in learning more about our organization and the cooperative housing model. Please feel free to bring friends and pass on to anyone you think might be interested.

Intro to SFCLT Workshop

Thursday, April 27th, 6pm-7pm

San Francisco Public Library Western Addition

1550 Scott Street, San Francisco

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Meet the Newest SFCLT Members & Property!

Celebrate the Strom, True, Zeltser, Zemelman, Edie and Perez Families - the residents of 4042-4048 Fulton and the newest members of SFCLT!

Join us for a Press Conference with the Mayor's Office and Housing Rights Committee to celebrate the most recent addition to the SFCLT family and portfolio - 4042-4048 Fulton Street aas well as the Strom, True, Zeltser, Zemelman, Edie and Perez Families!

4042-4048 Fulton Press Event

April 25th, 11am

4046 Fulton Street  

And then come out for the Block Party to really celebrate the tenants at 17th and Fulton, and thank Supervisor Fewer, the Housing Rights Committee, and the Mayor’s Office of Housing through the city’s Small Sites Program.

Come for food, games, music and to learn about housing justice work and solutions in the Richmond district!

17th & Fulton Block Party

Sunday, May 7, 4-6pm

17th & Fulton  

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