Located in the Mission District
of San Francisco, the John McMullen House (also known
as Chateau Agape) was a group home for 27 developmentally
disabled low income residents in the Mission District.
The building was built in the late 19th century and designed
by the famous Newsome Brothers. With its Queen Anne facade
and distinctive horseshoe entrance, the house is listed
on the National Register of Historic Places and is a City
of San Francisco landmark.
Work included the restoration of the facade, site work
design to accommodate disabled access, rebuilding the
structure after a major fire, installing a new roof, restoration
of finishes, building mechanical and electrical systems,
and other code-related work.