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City opens 80-unit permanent supportive housing facility in Tenderloin

An 80-unit residential development opened Wednesday in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood for adults experiencing homelessness.

The Garland Hotel, at 505 O’Farrell St., is a former single-room occupancy hotel. The city provided funding for the Tenderloin Housing Clinic to lease and manage the building, providing long-term affordable housing with on-site social services to people exiting chronic homelessness. City officials call the units permanent supportive housing.

Mayor London Breed said in a news release Wednesday:

“Providing shelter is foundational to our Homelessness Recovery Plan and critical for our plan to get people living on the street the services they need.”

Breed added:

“These 80 units will not only provide permanent housing for formerly homeless individuals, they will also bring us 80 units closer to addressing chronic homelessness. I want to thank all our partners on this project for their work to open these units to our most vulnerable communities.”

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