The Hartland Hotel was built in 1913 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. In addition to its architectural significance, the Hartland’s prominent blade sign and Larkin Street-facing murals have become key identifiers of the building.
The Hartland offers 132 units of permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless adults referred to THC through San Francisco’s Coordinated Entry system. Many tenants have units with private bathrooms while all tenants have access to a shared kitchen and several community spaces. The sixth floor of the Hartland is a designated Women’s Floor available to current Housing First residents who self-identify as female and meet the eligibility criteria. On-site Property Management and Case Management staff support tenants with building services and connection to resources.