60,000 New Residential Units in SF Mapped Out

San Francisco has a pretty big pipeline of new residential unit projects coming into the city—either as approved and being built or in the approval or proposal stages. These projects represent a significant boost to the total number of home or apartment units available in SF, which could translate into a lessening of the price spikes we’ve seen for home buying, and more affordable apartment rentals.

Bizjournals.com has put together two maps depicting the developments, which are clustered mainly in the downtown area with a few springing up in the Richmond District on over to the Potrero District and down to the Ingleside area.

The builders include Related California, Tishman Speyer, Crescent Heights and Shorenstein Properties.

See the map here.