Developed in 1969 by Third Baptist Church, (the first African American congregation west of the Rockies) and designed by noted Bay Area architects Marquis & Stoller, the 104-unit apartment complex provides affordable housing serving low-income residents of the Fillmore community.

By partnering with Beacon Development Group, the Church embarked on a $100 million redevelopment of the property with the goal of improving the quality of life for a community that includes multi-generational families and seniors aging in place. In addition to preserving essential affordable housing within this historic black San Francisco neighborhood, PTA’s rehabilitation provides new accessible apartments, high-efficiency buildings systems, new business and service offices, an expanded community room, drought-tolerant landscaping, and a fully accessible site and play areas.