The 11 Innes Court development is approaching construction start in Spring 2023. Below you will find useful links that are pertinent to the project.
Mercy Housing and SFHCD are pleased to be working with a talented design team to center community and wellness as our goals for 11 Innes Court. We are working with Architect of Record Van Meter Williams Pollack and Associate Architect Kerman Morris Architects.
Van Meter Williams Pollack is an award-winning architecture and urban design firm based in San Francisco, Denver, and Minneapolis. VMWP specializes in affordable housing, mixed-use and market-rate housing, master planning, and land use and zoning standards that help communities accommodate change.
VMWP takes a comprehensive and innovative design approach. We integrate client needs into sustainable design solutions that address climate resilience, and social and economic equity, to create beautiful, inspiring communities and places for people to live and thrive.
VMWP has served the Bay Area for over 30 years and has built over 3,000 affordable apartments. Recently completed housing developments in the Bay Area include:
Colma Veterans Village, affordable veterans housing 1680 Mission Road, Colma, CA 94103
1101 Connecticut, affordable housing
1101 Connecticut Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
Hana Gardens, affordable mixed-use senior housing with community services
10860 San Pablo Avenue, El Cerrito, CA 94530
Mural at MacArthur BART Station, affordable transit-oriented housing, mixed-use
3838 Turquoise Way, Oakland, CA 94609
Kerman Morris Architects is a small, woman-owned business recognized by the City and County of San Francisco as a Green Business.
The firm brings a deep commitment to excellence in design and creating responsive, well-crafted places for living and working. The practice specializes in a range of residential developments, including infill housing, affordable housing, custom homes, and mixed-use projects as well as developing projects themselves.
Mercy Housing's Colma Veterans Village, designed by Van Meter Williams Pollack, provides 65 homes for veterans transitioning from homelessness.