San Francisco’s housing pipeline is composed of unbuilt housing in every stage of approvals, and according to SF Planning’s latest Quarter 3 Pipeline Report, there are about 50,600 units on the way. The city currently has about 381,000 units, so if all of that new housing gets built it would create a sizable increase in San Francisco’s housing supply. About 3,090 new units have been completed in the past year and an additional 6,700 are currently under construction. Many of the new units in the pipeline are on the south side of the city in neighborhoods like South Beach, SoMa, Mission Bay, Mid-Market, Potrero Hill, Dogpatch, and the Mission.

via SF Now Has More Than 50,000 Units in the Housing Pipeline – The Numbers – Curbed SF.