Finding innovative solutions for housing at all levels of affordability to serve our existing and new residents.
In 2014, Mayor Lee made a pledge to create 30,000 new and rehabilitated housing units in San Francisco. Since Mayor Lee made that pledge, more than 17,100 housing units have been built in San Francisco, with 36 percent of those permanently affordable.
Mayor Lee led the creation of the Housing Trust Fund in 2012. This $1.3 billion initiative provides a permanent source of revenue for the creation of affordable housing in San Francisco. Mayor Lee then pushed for the passage of Proposition A, a $310 million bond measure to fund more affordable housing programs.
Mayor Lee has led several initiatives to keep tenants in their buildings or to help them find new homes if they’ve been displaced. The Small Site Acquisition Program purchases and preserves rent-controlled buildings, and the Displaced Tenant Housing Preference Program offers priority services to recently-evicted tenants.
San Francisco Housing Meter
- 17,466units completed
- 6,460units affordable
- 37%permanently affordable
- 30,000housing units
- 30%permanently affordable
- 50%middle income