430 Main Street

This project will add 144 studio, one, and two bedroom units to San Francisco's Rincon Hill neighborhood. The development team is currently pursuing entitlements for this project, and hopes to have the project underway in 2018. Help make this project a reality by showing your support here

Rincon Hill


One of San Francisco’s original “seven hills,” Rincon Hill has emerged in the past several decades as one of San Francisco’s most desirable residential neighborhoods. Rincon Hill is located near the popular Embarcadero waterfront, employment centers in the Financial District, and the soon-to-be completed Transbay Center. After nearly a century as an industrial district, the neighborhood was rezoned in 1985 and again in 2005 into a high-density residential neighborhood and has thrived ever since.

Our core principles are built on the foundation of being engaged members of the communities in which we operate. We seek to change the way development happens, by focusing on community outreach, engaging in transparent conversations, building authentic relationships, and emphasizing a triple bottom line approach that benefits people, planet, and profit. As stewards of the environment and community, we implement best practices of dynamic urbanism to ensure our investments and developments create lasting positive impact.

We want to meet you!

We host a Community Coffee the last Wednesday of every month at Ada's Cafe, from 8:30 to 10am. Come say hi, meet the development team, and ask us any questions you have about our project. We're open to feedback and want your thoughts on what the neighborhood needs. Coffee is on us!

WHAT: Community Coffee
WHEN: Last Wednesday of every month from 8:30 - 10am
WHERE: Ada's Cafe, 375 Beale St.

Request a meeting

Over the past few years, we’ve met numerous times with HOA’s and community groups, and would be happy to come to yours. We want to know what your group’s priorities are, and want to hear your thoughts on the 430 Main Street project. We are available to you for questions, comments, and input. Email us to let us know when your next meeting is and we’ll be there.

Our unconventional approach to development and design helps us to deliver projects that are compelling additions to the communities in which we invest. 

The Development Team for 430 Main Street is comprised of War Horse and Tidewater Capital.


War Horse is committed to supporting and participating in vibrant urban communities - which it does by building exciting urban environments that are economically and environmentally sustainable. Hand in hand with the communities War Horse serves, it invests time, skills and resources into programming spaces, developing real estate and creating philanthropic initiatives for long-term positive impact.

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Tidewater believes that physical space can create, nurture and sustain community and community can transform individuals. With vision, creativity, and collaboration we can develop places that will generate positive impact and results for all stakeholders. Our approach emphasizes ongoing relationships and collaboration between developers and communities to identify and implement sustainable solutions to neighborhood specific challenges.

You can read more about our approach to development and our commitment to community.

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