Affordable Housing Available in South San Francisco

South San Francisco, CA  March 11, 2023 Submitted by HLC

Grand and Linden Family Apartments are a brand new 84-unit housing community in South San Francisco consisting of two buildings within a few blocks of each other. These properties offer 55 Section 8 Project-Based Voucher units consisting of studios, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom apartments.


Apply online at:  from March 6, 2023 at 8:00 AM through April 3, 2023 at 5:00 PM. If you are unable to access the online application portal, please leave a message at (650) 802-3352 for application assistance.



Update on Baden Station Apartments in SSF


Unfortunately, there was a funding gap of $1.1 million just weeks before the Baden Station proposal was set to begin construction in South San Francisco.


This proposal is fully entitled to 36 100% affordable homes and includes 18 homes reserved for individuals with intellectual developmental disabilities. It also features an affordable 30-60% Area Median Income (AMI) with an overall average of 40% AMI.


This past Wednesday, HLC answered the advocacy call from Housing Choices and supported the staff recommendation that the $1.1 million be converted to a long-term loan. HLC thanks the City Council for their leadership in approving the loan to ensure that this proposal stays on track! This is a win for South San Francisco!



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11 days ago


steve m
steve m
17 days ago

wonderful . sorry not a win for SSF . hope they don’t turn into Geneva towers south.
3/4 of the new residents will be living on government cheese. just lovely.

15 days ago
Reply to  steve m

Get off your high horse. Geneva towers south 🤦🏽‍♂️

steve m
steve m
15 days ago
Reply to  Idiot

sorry idiot . I am not a liberal elite . just a working class dude that is done with these moron’s that lie or dress it up as
something it is not. have they ever come up with (affordable) housing?
no. alway’s goes over budget . ugly . crammed . not thought out .
decisions made by people that live in gated community’s and do not have
to live with it. to be clear I said (hope) and I have run out of it.
sorry you do not have a sense of humor.

steve m
steve m
13 days ago
Reply to  Idiot

basically the same thing mr. idiot. just re-named. first they called them
government subsidized housing . sounded too soviet. then re-named
low income housing better.. now affordable housing . kind of the same thing
just dressed up don’t ya think? . sorry to offend section 8 people. I collect a little
government cheese myself as in social security. not a rich dude. . hope they don’t
let them turn into a dump. still way too much crammed into a small
high traffic area. and limited services any where close. just no
thought put into the possible impacts. these are stupid people
making these decisions . hoping for the best and expecting the worst.

steve m
steve m
10 days ago
Reply to  Idiot

get off my lawn .lol. I said hope . if they turn to crap I will be back to piss and moan.

steve m
steve m
8 days ago
Reply to  Editor

ok sorry . but at times some have not been so neighborly as well.
will be more professional when I comment on here again. .

Cory Alan David
Cory Alan David
18 days ago

On the plus side, $1.1 million is a lot less than the $47 million to $85 million the council will “saddle” the residents with if they build the first 150 unit phase of city owned public housing. On the other hand, now where are we going to get the extra $2 million to $3 million the city will need to stabilize the soil at the new aquatic center? Is Mr. Nagales going to “giggle” it away?