Summer Court entry at Friedell Street.
Conceptual sketch by Andrew Dunbar of Interstice Architects showing the view of the building from the hilltop neighborhood above and the sweeping views of the Bay beyond. Image: Interstice Architects
Bounded by Friedell Street, Kirkwood Avenue and Donahue Street on the Hunters View Shipyard hilltop, 350 Freidell will soon be home to the first 100% affordable housing development in the area.
The 60 rental units range from one- to three-bedrooms and are designed with families in mind.
The sustainable design will feature expansive city view and emphasize open space with two garden courtyards.
Southwest corner at Kirkland and Donahue streets.
Model view of the summer court entry.
Courtyard landscape plan by Interstice Architects. Image: Interstice Architects
The local community was engaged in the design process through multiple meetings with the Hunters Point Shipyard Community Advisory Committee and a community design workshop.
Site context study: The building is designed to maximize views, fresh air, and natural light.
Section at courtyard. Image: David Baker Architects
Block 49 as sited within the Hunters Point Shipyard.
Isometric view from northwest corner. Image: David Baker Architects
Isometric view from southeast corner. Image: David Baker Architects
Affordable Housing, All Projects, Under Construction
Hunters Point Shipyard, San Francisco, California
Young Community Developers
David Baker Architects