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Residential Leasing: The City's Newest Neighborhood

Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands are home to approximately 1,800 San Francisco residents.  All housing on the Islands is rental housing, and there are no homeowner opportunities at this time.  The Housing and Urban Design element of the TI/YBI Development Plan contemplates rental and homeownership opportunities.

Market-Rate Housing

Villages logoThe Villages at Treasure Island includes a community of approximately 600 town homes and flats, on both TI and YBI, surrounded by open space and large front yards. Most homes include large, private patios and enclosed rear yards. Spacious and fully-featured two, three, and four bedroom floor plans offer large kitchens, ample living and dining rooms, over-sized wardrobe closets and storage space. Washer and dryer hookups are standard features in all of the units. Most flats include an enclosed garage and guest parking is available. Rent includes gas, electricity, water and sewer as well as trash removal. Market-rate housing on the Islands is managed by the John Stewart Company.

The Villages at Treasure Island website
One Avenue of the Palms, Suite 168
Treasure Island
San Francisco, CA 94130
(415) 834-0211

Supportive Housing

TIHDILogoThe on-Island residential community also includes participants in supportive-housing programs overseen by the Treasure Island Homeless Development Initiative (TIHDI, pronounced "tie-dye"). TIHDI is a collaborative of 20 community agencies that was formed in 1994 to develop the formerly-homeless housing and support component of the Reuse Plan for Treasure Island. TIHDI initiates community-building efforts to help develop this newly forming San Francisco neighborhood and also provides an organized way for member agencies and others to participate.  Part of this effort includes developing and/or coordinating access to support services for residents such as a food pantry, recreation activities, health services, and children and youth programs.

Treasure Island Homeless Development Initiative website
One Avenue of the Palms, Suite 166
Treasure Island
San Francisco, CA 94130
(415) 274-0311

 


 

 

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