Tidewater Capital, the San Francisco-based property owner and developer who acquired 888 Post Street in 2019 partnered with Skyline Capital Builders to develop San Francisco’s first Navigation Center to serve transitional youth ages 18-24. 

This 75-bed homeless and rehabilitation center will provide 24/7 homeless shelter access for young people ages 18-24. It will provide intervention, rehabilitation and guidance services to help San Francisco’s homeless youth discover a path forward.

Our team performed building repositioning that includes the addition of structural footings and fire-rated shotcrete walls. We also added a mezzanine level and a new roof. Once the seismic rehabilitation of the building was complete, our team performed the interior build out for the tenants to occupy as well.

The new facility includes meeting rooms, a dining area and a lounge to support the center’s community services. It will also house a 75-bed dormitory equipped with lockers, showers and a health clinic.

This navigation center will support Mayor London Breed’s Rising Up Campaign, which aims to reduce the youth homelessness in San Francisco by half in 2023. 

The photos on the left show before and after shots of the space.