What of the elders who prefer to live on the edge? The edge of the Mission, I mean.
Nonprofit Sequoia Living bought the former Sears Roebuck parking lot at 3435 Cesar Chavez Street near Valencia Street to develop senior housing, according to a press release. The project straddles Mission and Bernal Heights, and what’ll go up there? Drum roll, please.
On the north side of the site, we have 130 senior units, developed by storied senior nonprofit developer Sequoia Living. And, as first reported by the Associated Press, on the south side of the parcel, we have the 145 units slated for families, created by well-known affordable housing developer Mercy Housing.
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