Maceo May Apartments Featured in Recent Urban Land Institute Case Study
Treasure Island's first affordable development showcases environmental resiliency
Maceo May Apartments, currently under development by Chintown Community Development Center and Swords to Plowshares as Treasure Island's first 100% affordable development, has been featured in a recent Urban Land Institute (ULI) case study about the building's design and associated environmental and resilience strategies. The Case Study, viewable at the link below, focuses on Maceo May Apartment's environmental efficiency and resiliency achieved through the building design.
About Maceo May Apartments:
Maceo May is a modular, all-electric affordable residential development being developed in San Francisco. Climate-responsive design contributes economic value for Maceo May’s owners and delivers a stable, healthy living environment for its residents, who are formerly homeless veterans and their families. Developed by two nonprofits, Chinatown Community Development Center and Swords to Plowshares, Maceo May will be the second all-electric affordable building in San Francisco. The $55 million development will be six stories tall with 105 units—24 studios, and 47 one-bedroom and 34 two-bedroom units—when construction is completed in 2022. The development is designed to be protected from sea level rise and to continue operations and remain safe and comfortable during periods of extreme heat, power outages, wildfire smoke, and seismic events.
About the Urban Land Institute:
The Urban Land Institute (ULI) provides leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. ULI is an independent global nonprofit supported by members representing the entire spectrum of real estate development and land use disciplines.