1979 Mission San Francisco

1979 Mission

San Francisco

  • Project1979 Mission

  • Asset TypeMultifamily with Retail

  • StatusProposed

  • ArchitectSOM

  • LandscapeRHAA

1979 Mission is envisioned as a new neighborhood landmark that thoughtfully embraces the transportation, social, and cultural hub of Mission and 16th Streets. The proposal includes 331 new rental apartment homes for various income levels, as well as 32,000 square feet of retail space, including a pharmacy and mercado.


The Maximus Effect

Maximus proposes to bring over 50 years of San Francisco and regional planning policy to fruition. Situated at a critical junction of transit infrastructure, 1979 Mission fulfills the city’s vision for high-density inclusionary and rental apartments, just steps away from BART and Muni Bus routes, without removing any existing homes.

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At its core and through community collaboration, 1979 Mission is woven into the social and cultural tapestry of the Mission District. Beyond just a place to live, it will foster community building, gathering, and partnerships for generations of existing and future Mission District residents.


  • Larger BART Plaza

  • Redesigned pedestrian environment

  • Retail mercado and pharmacy

  • Featured works by local artists

Key Insights1979 Mission

We've taken on a big challenge in this historic corner of San Francisco, but we are committed to delivering quality housing at all price points in a neighborhood that desperately wants and needs it.

Matthew Myzak

Partner, Investments

Want to learn more?

Visit 1979mission.com