- BRIDGE Housing – Since 1983, BRIDGE has been a mission-driven nonprofit that pays close attention to the double-bottom line of financial and social return on investment, always in pursuit of quality, quantity, affordability.
- National Electrical Benefit Fund (NEBF) – NEBF is a pension fund for union electrical workers throughout the country. NEBF invests in projects to create union jobs and provide a return for its union pension holders. NEBF is the owner of the current site.
- Emerald Fund – Emerald Fund, NEBF’s local partner, has been creating housing in San Francisco for the past 39 years. Emerald is well-known and respected for creating mixed-use, transit-oriented housing in San Francisco neighborhoods for a range of incomes. Unlike other developers that might build and flip a property, Emerald Fund continues to own and operate its buildings over the long-term. Emerald currently owns and operates over 1,600 apartments in San Francisco.
- Mission Neighborhood Health Center – MNHC honors our Latino roots with a tradition of providing compassionate, patient-centered care. MNHC advocates for health equity and deliver innovative, high quality services responsive to the neighborhoods and diverse communities they serve.
- Christiani Johnson Architects – An award winning full-service architectural firm founded in 1994. Christiani Johnson Architects has particular expertise with urban infill sites, breathing new life into abandoned or under-utilized properties in San Francisco and surrounding communities.
- Van Meter, Williams, Pollack – Architectural and urban design which specializes in designing shared environments where living, working, shopping and leisure, are commingled to create better places to live.
- Marta Fry Landscape Associates – San Francisco based urban design and landscape architecture Studio, MFLA focuses on sustainability, incorporating a basis of green landscape infrastructures in the form of sculpted and artistic streets, parks, and plazas.
- Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) has invested in the Excelsior and 4840 Mission Street. MOHCD has provided early funds to help design the project and is committed to investing in the construction of the project.
- San Francisco Accelerator Fund provides affordable housing developers with acquisition, predevelopment, and rehabilitation financing, is designed to be responsive to the unique characteristics of San Francisco, and offers an innovative, flexible and financially sustainable model for future housing initiatives coordinated with the public sector.