The agency has worked with community and government leaders for the past 20 years to create a comprehensive and integrated system of housing and services for current and future senior residents of Bayview Hunter's Point.
Development of Supportive Housing is the first phase of the Aging Campus.
The long-term vision for the Aging Campus is a community-based continuum of services provided by BHPMSS, Inc. other non-profits, government agencies, and private businesses.
The vision is holistic-one that includes the coordination of health care services, financial services, recreation facilities and economic ventures so that seniors can "age in place."
THE AGING CAMPUS VISION INCLUDES
•State-of-art Senior Center and Adult Day Health Center
•Nursing home level housing - Green Houses
•Medical and Dental Offices
•Case management services
•Services for Senior Ex-Offenders
•Training and services for caregivers and family members
•Comprehensive senior center
•Community access to basic services
•Assisted Living/Respite Care
•Specialized Alzheimer's Care
BHPMSS is in the process of developing supportive housing and senior services at 1751 Carroll
With support from the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and now the Mayor's Office of Housing the land was purchased and development funding secured.
Construction began in April 2014 and is scheduled to complete in December 2015,
McCormack, Baron, & Salazar
Bayview Hunters Point Multipurpose Senior Services, Inc.
David Baker & Partners
Micheal Willis & Associates
This year's focus will be on the construction of the new site with a capitol campaign to support the final costs for furniture and fixtures
* 121 housing units of housing
* 15,ooo square foot space for senior services
First Mortgage Citi Bank $8,950,000
Second Mortgage - OCII (former Redevelopment funds) $19,111,224
Third Mortgage MOH-HCD IIG (State Funding)- $5,661,107,