Theodor Ortega, 74, can stay in his home of 43 years located at 570 Natoma Street due to the South of Market Community Action Network and San Francisco Community Land Trust negotiating a sale with the tenants, owners and city for the five-unit building. The Ortega's three generation household is no longer at risk of an eviction. Supervisor Jane Kim, tenants, and activists speak at a press event in front of the building Tuesday, April 12, 2016.  (Emma Chiang/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Theodor Ortega, 74, can stay in his home of 43 years located at 570 Natoma Street due to the South of Market Community Action Network and San Francisco Community Land Trust negotiating a sale with the tenants, owners and city for the five-unit building. The Ortega's three generation household is no longer at risk of an eviction. Supervisor Jane Kim, tenants, and activists speak at a press event in front of the building Tuesday, April 12, 2016. (Emma Chiang/Special to S.F. Examiner)

SoMa Stabilization Fund helps prevent eviction of low-income tenants

On Tuesday, April 12, Supervisor Jane Kim joined members of the South of Market Community Action Network and San Francisco Community Land Trust to celebrate the negotiation and sale of 568 Natoma Street; a five-unit building, preventing four lower income households from facing eviction. (Emma Chiang/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Theodor Ortega, 74, can stay in his home of 43 years located at 570 Natoma Street due to the South of Market Community Action Network and San Francisco Community Land Trust negotiating a sale with the tenants, owners and city for the five-unit building. The Ortega's three generation household is no longer at risk of an eviction. Supervisor Jane Kim, tenants, and activists speak at a press event in front of the building Tuesday, April 12, 2016. (Emma Chiang/Special to S.F. Examiner)

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Theodor Ortega, 74, can stay in his home of 43 years located at 570 Natoma Street due to the South of Market Community Action Network and San Francisco Community Land Trust negotiating a sale with the tenants, owners and city for the five-unit building. The Ortega's three generation household is no longer at risk of an eviction. Supervisor Jane Kim, tenants, and activists speak at a press event in front of the building Tuesday, April 12, 2016. (Emma Chiang/Special to S.F. Examiner)

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