May Newsletter Print

Application Period Open for 1357 Folsom!


1353-1357 Folsom Street, unit 1357 2 Bedroom for $2,502 a month

Section 8 and VASH accepted 



Unit information:

1273 Sq. Ft. 2 BR apartment with renovated kitchen, formal dining room and living room. No smoking allowed.

Security Deposit: $2,502

Rent includes: Water, sewer, garbage and recycling

Tandem garage parking available for additional $100/month

More information available at the Open House.

Open Houses

May 27, 3-4pm (Saturday)

Read this notice carefully to understand the application and selection process:

  1. Attend an Open House to view the unit.
  2. Submit a completed application. -Applications must be submitted either of the following ways:

a)      Apply online through the SF Housing Portal at:


b)      Mail in paper application to the following address:

1357 Folsom 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 can be downloaded from or picked up from one of the housing counseling agencies listed at

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:

1353-1357 Folsom Street receives funding from the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) Small Sites Program. All applicants are encouraged to apply. Lottery preference will be given to holders of Certificates of Preference and households that live or work in San Francisco. Please see below for income limits and household limits

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Become a General Member of the San Francisco Community Land Trust today! 

As a dues paying member you will:

  1. Receive updates from our Member newsletter.
  2. Be eligible to participate in our Annual Membership and vote for Member Representatives to the Board of Directors.
  3. Have a voice on our standing committees: Membership, Fundraising, Finance,
    Education and other project-based committees.
  4. Be able to attend free workshops and trainings about affordable housing,
    housing cooperatives and the community land trust model.
  5. Have the chance to nominate and elect someone, or yourself, to the SFCLT Board of Directors.
  6. Be a participant in the fight to preserve affordable housing for everyone in San Francisco! 

Joining is easy. Follow this link to learn more!

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Annual Membership Meeting June 20th at 6pm



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Meet Scott Chilberg, a Graduate Student Researcher working with SFCLT this summer

Scott is a grad student in UC Berkeley's Masters in City Planning Program studying housing, economic justice, and anti-displacement work, with a particular focus on queer spaces and communities, and is a regular participant in those spaces and communities in the Bay Area. Prior to grad school, Scott did project management, media production, and research for non-profits working on affordable housing and sustainable seafood.

Scott recieved funding from UC Berkeley to complete a research project with SFCLT over the course of the summer focused on membership engagement and community ownership models. We are very excited to be working with Scott this summer and look forward to sharing the results of his research with you all! If you have questions or would like more information on this project please email us at

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