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Armstrong Place

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Award of Merit Multi-Family Residential/Hospitality

Photo courtesy of Nibbi Brothers
Nibbi Brothers served as general contractor on the project.
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Located on the Third Street light-rail line in San Francisco's Bayview district, the $31.6-million Armstrong Place is a new multi-generational affordable housing community for seniors and first-time homebuyers.

The five-story, 116-unit project has a one-level concrete podium with four levels of wood-frame housing above. The podium contains parking and 9,000 sq ft of commercial space.

Some sustainable building elements include flow restrictions on all faucets; a solar heating system; 50% FSC-certified wood for all cabinets, doors and formwork; and use of low-VOC materials. For this project, 75% of all construction waste was diverted from landfills.

Key Players

Owner: BRIDGE Housing, San Francisco

General Contractor/Construction Management: Nibbi Brothers, San Francisco

Architect: David Baker + Partners Architects, San Francisco

Civil Engineer: Luk and Associates, Hercules

Structural Engineers: Structural Design Engineers, San Francisco

MEP Engineers: Tommy Siu & Associates Mechanical, San Francisco

Submitted by:

Nibbi Brothers General Contractors

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