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MISSION

DISTRICT HOUSING PROFILE: 2000-2014


Mission Action Plan 2020 | MEDA / CCCHO | Draft: 3-16-2015

MISSION DISTRICT BY THE NUMBERS


Household change, 2000-2013:
Population change, 2000-2013:
Households under $75,000/year, change 2000-2013:
Households $75,000-$100,000, change 2000-2013:
Households over $100,000, change 2000-2013:
Latino Population, change 2000-2013:
Evictions, 2000-2013:
Evictions per year, average:
Units withdrawn from rent control, average per year:
Affordable housing units, per year:
Future affordable housing units, under construction or entitled, 2014:
Total units built, 2000-2013:
Percent affordable, 2006-2013:
Total units built, under construction, or entitled 2000-2014 Quarter 2:
Eastern Neighborhoods EIR Growth Projection, 2000-2025:
Units entitled or under construction, 2014 Quarter 2:
Percent affordable, entitled or under construction:

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+3,244
-3,329
-3,085
+211
+6,321
-8,252
2,368
182
79
31
34
1,792
28.0%
2,270
1,969
478
7.1%

MISSION DISTRICT HOUSING PROFILE: 2000-2014


Mission Action Plan 2020 | MEDA / CCCHO | Draft: 3-16-2015

HOUSING PRODUCTION
Census Year

Units
13,309
18,400
5,091

Base Year 2000 Census


2010 Census
Unit change 2000-2010

April-Dec 2000 2001-2003


177
658

Completed - Net New Units

2000-2013

Projected - New Units

1,792

2004
-216

Planning
Approved +
Pipeline
Under
2000-2013 + (Planning
Construct. Entitled
Filed)

478 2,270

2005
48

2006
327

2007
98

2008
38

2009
259

2010
101

2011
-15

2012
58

2009
96
151
12
259
163
62.9%

2010
92
0
9
101
9
8.9%

2011
-15
0
0
-15
0
0.0%

2012
56
0
2
58
2
3.4%

2013
Total
259 1,792

Avg./Yr.
128

EN EIR 2000-
2025
Growth
Projection

Total Built +
Pipeline

829 3,099

1,969

Notes: 2010 Census units and Annual Production Data from Mission Monitoring Report 2010, p.10, and Housing Inventory 2011-2013
Annual production data 2001-2005 from Housing Inventories, may include slighltly larger Mission area by Census Tract
Pipeline Data from 2014Quarter2 Pipeline Report. Preferred Alternative Forecast from EIR Comments & Responses, Page C-R 24
Note that Census 2000-2010 does not match sum of annual unit production counts per Planning Dept.

HOUSING AFFORDABILITY
Cumulative

COMPLETED

PROJECTED

Market-rate
Low-Income
Moderate-Income
Total Units
Total Affordable Units
Housing Balance (Affordable/Total)

Market-rate
Low-Income
Moderate-Income
Total Units
Total Affordable Units
Housing Balance (Affordable/Total)

2006
56
14
7
77
21
27.3%

2006-13
630
165
80
875
245
28.0%

2007
91
0
7
98
7
7.1%

2008
38
0
0
38
0
0.0%

Planning
Pipeline
Approved + (Planning
Construct. Filed)

444
0
34
478
34
7.1%

Notes: Mission Monitoring Report 2006-2010 and Annual Housing Inventory. Mission Area Plan.
Pipeline Data from 2014Quarter2 Pipeline Report, and MOHCD 2014Quarter1 Inclusionary Pipeline Report.
Projected Pipeline Moderate-Income assumes continued 7.1% inclusionary compliance

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2006-13
630
165
80
875
245
28.0%

Avg./Yr.
79
21
10
109
31
28.0%

Additional
Needed for
Prop K 33%
0-120% AMI
Goal

Additional
Needed for
Prop K 50% 0-
150% AMI
Goal

0 3,623 Projected Market-rate 3,623


212
612 Projected Affordable
953
0
341 Additional Affordable
859
212 4,576
Total Units 5,435
212
953 Total Affordable Units 1,812
100.0%
20.8%
33%

3,623
953
2,670
7,246
3,623
50%

Identified
Total Built + Affordable
Pipeline Sites

738 1,812
35
200
56
170
829 2,182
91
370
11.0%
17.0%

Total Built,
Pipeline +
Add'l Sites

2013
216
0
43
259
43
16.6%

MISSION DISTRICT HOUSING PROFILE: 2000-2014


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EVICTIONS
2001
191
100
291

No-Fault Evictions (Ellis, OMI, etc.)


For-Cause (Non- and Late-payment, Breech)
Total Evictions

2002
125
124
249

2003
122
77
199

2004
109
81
190

2005
146
80
226

2006
134
88
222

2007
94
68
162

2008
68
88
156

2009
33
105
138

2010
37
83
120

2011
49
70
119

2012
52
86
138

2001-13
2013
Total
62
1222
96
1146
158 2,368

2010
34
7
2
0
43

2011

2012

2013

2001-13
Avg./Yr.
94
88
182

Notes: Eviction data from Budget & Legislative Analyst Analysis of Tenant Displacement in San Francisco, October 2013. 94110 Zip Code includes Mission and Bernal Heights

WITHDRAWN FROM RENT-CONTROL

Condo Conversion
Ellis Withdrawal
Alterations & Mergers
Demolition
Total Withdrawn from Rent-Control

2006
66
34
1
4
105

2007
57
25
1
1
84

2008
57
3
4
0
64

2009
93
2
0
2
97

7
14

0
1

2006-10
307
71
8
7
393

Notes: Mission Monitoring Report 2006-2010 and Annual Housing Inventory.


Assumes Conversion, Ellis, Alterations & Demos are mostly Pre-1979 buildings. Housing Inventory does not record Condo Conversion or Ellis by Plan Area

HOUSING COSTS

Sales Prices - Mission District


Mission Median Sales Price
Citywide Median Sales Price
Mission as percent of Citywide

2000
486,233
587,020
83%

2001
508,567
595,332
85%

2002
515,717
588,782
88%

2003
555,700
623,139
89%

2004
665,775
722,933
92%

2005
789,275
832,623
95%

2006
774,317
824,983
94%

2007
815,575
856,983
95%

2008
795,908
830,614
96%

Multi-Family Sales - Mission, SOMA, Potrero, Central Waterfront

2009
363,250
273,000
229,250
177,500

Two-unit Price/unit
Three-unit Price/unit
Four-unit Price/unit
5+ units, Price/unit

Average Rents - Mission, SOMA, Potrero, Financial District


Mission Avg. Rent - 1BR
Mission Avg. Rent - 2BR
Mission Avg. Rent - 3BR
Citywide - 1BR
Citywide - 2BR
Citywide - 3BR

2009
688,808
735,828
94%

2005
1,031
1,739
1,996
1,210
1,646
1,991

2006
1,034
1,957
1,933
1,246
1,836
1,815

2007
1,170
1,920
2,420
1,296
1,833
2,175

2008
1,469
2,244
2,359
1,492
2,027
2,198

Notes: Sales and Rent data from Budget & Legislative Analyst Analysis of Tenant Displacement in San Francisco, October 2013.
Multifamily sales and rent data from Jeff Handwerger web site, Zepher Real Estate, incudes Mission, Central Waterfront, Potrero Hill, and SoMa

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2009
1,400
2,491
2,033
1,510
2,065
2,063

2010
709,442
734,645
97%

2010
429,000
292,500
207,250
143,750

2010
1,409
2,141
1,770
1,502
1,983
2,022

2011
697,717
702,990
99%

2012
768,958
773,946
99%

2011
400,000
261,667
200,250
134,514

2012
434,125
263,333
256,250
228,833

2011
1,343
2,457
2,713
1,435
2,107
2,246

2005-11
Annual
Growth
4.3%
5.9%
5.1%
2.7%
4.0%
1.8%

2013
892,217
897,338
99%

2013
571,250
469,383
232,500
255,000

2000-13
Annual
Growth
6.0%
3.8%

2009-13
Annual
Growth
11.5%
14.4%
0.3%
8.7%

2006-10
Avg./Yr.
61
14
2
1
79

MISSION DISTRICT HOUSING PROFILE: 2000-2014


Mission Action Plan 2020 | MEDA / CCCHO | Draft: 3-16-2015

DEMOGRAPHICS

1990

2000

2010

2013

Percent
Change
2000-13

Approx.
Hsehold
Change

Mission District

1990

2000

2010

2013

Percent
Change
2000-13

723,959
305,584
2.29
15,506
46.0%
116,749
16.1%
100,717
13.9%
66.0%
$46,696

776,733
329,700
2.30
16,636
44.0%
112,802
14.5%
109,504
14.1%
65.0%
$55,221

805,235
345,811
2.26
17,179
43.7%
107,524
13.4%
121,774
15.1%
64.2%
$71,304

837,442
345,344
2.30
17,857

7.8%
4.7%
0.0%
7.3%

13.4%

-7.7%

15.3%
63.4%
$75,604

8.5%
-2.5%
36.9%

San Francisco

Population
Households
Avg. Household Size
Persons per Square Mile
Family Households
Population under 18 years
Percent under 18 years
Latino Population
Percent Latino
Renter-occupied Housing
Median Household Income

57,016
19,950
2.74
30,355
49%

29,574
52.00%
84.0%
$35,332

60,202
21,680
2.90
32,051

59,040
22,789

10,180
16.9%
30,145
50.00%
81.9%
$49,372

7,968
13.5%
24,066
40.80%

31,433

$67,871

56,873
24,924
2.53
30,279

-5.5%
15.0%
-12.8%
-5.5%

-3,329
3,244

7,027
12.4%
21,893
38.50%
73.0%
$73,610

-31.0%
-26.9%
-27.4%
-23.0%
-10.9%
49.1%

-3,153

Population
Households
Avg. Household Size
Persons per Square Mile
Family Households
Population under 18years
Percent under 18 years
Latino Population
Percent Latino
Renter-occupied Housing
Median Household Income

-8,252

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOMES

Mission District
San Francisco
Mission Income as Percent of SF

1990
$35,332
$46,696
75.7%

2000
$49,372
$55,221
89.4%

2010
$67,871
$71,304
95.2%

2013
$73,610
$75,604
97.4%

Percent
Change
2000-13
49.1%
36.9%

INCOME DISTRIBUTION

Mission District Households


Median Household Income
Less than $14,999
$15,000 to $34,999
$35,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
$100,000 to $149,999
$150,000 to $199,999
$200,000 or more

2000
21,680
$49,372
14.2%
20.4%
15.3%
22.8%
11.1%
10.9%
2.8%
2.6%

2010
22,789
$67,871
8.5%
17.0%
14.5%
15.1%
17.4%
13.7%
9.2%
8.2%

2013
24,924
$73,610
10.1%
16.4%
10.6%
13.7%
10.5%
16.5%
9.2%
12.9%

Less than $74,999


$75,000 or more

72.6%
27.3%

55.1%
48.5%

50.8%
49.1%

Percent
Change
2000-2013
15.0%
49.0%
-43.1%
-39.0%
-30.0%
-40.0%
-5.4%
51.7%
234.5%
403.9%
-152.1%
684.7%

Approx.
Hsehold
Change
3,244

2000
329,700
$55,221
14.8%
17.5%
13.3%
17.7%
12.1%
13.2%
5.3%
6.1%

2010
345,811
$71,304

-561
-335
-664
-1,524
211
1,754
1,697
2,660

San Francisco Households


Median Household Income
Less than $14,999
$15,000 to $34,999
$35,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
$100,000 to $149,999
$150,000 to $199,999
$200,000 or more

2013
345,344
$75,604
12.9%
14.7%
8.8%
13.3%
11.0%
16.0%
9.3%
14.1%

-3,085
6,321

Less than $74,999


$75,000 or more

63.3%
36.7%

0.0%
0.0%

49.7%
50.4%

Note: ACS, 2000 SF3 Sample data, ACS, 2010, 2012 and 2013; DP03, compiled by NALCAB. 2010 Data contains error, to be corrected.

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Percent
Change
2000-2013
4.7%
36.9%
-12.8%
-16.0%
-33.8%
-24.9%
-9.1%
21.2%
75.5%
131.1%
-87.5%
218.7%

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