The City of Mountain View unanimously approved the Montecito Family Apartments project, transforming what is currently a 12,000 sq. ft. office building into 85 much-needed, 100% affordable homes for families in the area. Learn more about Montecito Family Apartments here.
This development will span an area of approximately 30.6 acres in unincorporated Walnut Creek in Contra Costa County. As a Life Plan Community—also referred to as Continuing Care Retirement Community, or CCRC—it will offer housing, resident services, and long-term care to senior residents. Learn more about Spieker Senior Development here.
This mixed-use development on over 12 acres by Lowe and Eden Housing will add over 600 new homes to the Bay Area while also dedicating land for Caltrain rail line expansion to be redeveloped into neighborhood-serving retail, open space, and above-grade commercial office space. Learn more about Sequoia Station here.
According to the Santa Clara County Housing Need Report, 100,000 families in Santa Clara can only afford fewer than 34,000 homes in the county. The Civic Center Multifamily Housing Project will help alleviate this problem by creating 108 new homes that are 100% affordable and available within the lower end of the affordability range. Learn …
Berkeley voters passed Measure N, supporting much-needed low-income housing! Learn more about Measure N here.
Menlo Park residents said no to Measure V, choosing to protect affordable housing proposals like the one for the teachers of Ravenswood School District! Learn more about Measure V here.
We are thrilled that Oakland voters passed Measure Q for new, environmentally efficient affordable housing! Learn more about Measure Q here.
Oakland residents chose to fund various infrastructure and affordable housing projects by passing Measure U! Learn more about this measure here.
The residents of Oakland have passed Measure V to update the City’s Just Cause Ordinance to extend eviction protections! Learn more about Measure V here.
The residents of Richmond have passed Measure P, capping rent increases to protect tenants at risk of displacement! Learn more about Measure P here.
We are relieved that San Francisco residents said no to Proposition E, a deceptive policy that would have made it harder to build 100% affordable housing than it currently is. Learn more about Prop E here.
South San Francisco residents voted yes on Measure AA, authorizing the development, construction, or acquisition of housing for low-income households by the City! Learn more about Measure AA here.
This project will replace several aging, 100-year-old structures with new mixed-income buildings that add 445 new homes to the existing 160—more than doubling the housing supply. Learn more about the Woodland Park Euclid Improvements project here.
Cambrian Village will transform a 70+-year-old sprawling strip mall surrounded by large parking lots into a unique and innovative village with 428 homes, community gathering spaces, and a commercial center for residents and neighbors to enjoy. Moreover, the $9,000,000 in in-lieu fees will go a long way to funding badly needed affordable housing projects in …
This development will transform what is currently a vacant commercial building with a surface parking lot into a seven-story group housing, bringing 218 much-needed homes to the SoMa neighborhood. Learn more about 925 Bryant here.