Press Release: Greenbelt Alliance Endorsed: Bradford Senior Housing Project Approved in Redwood City

FOR RELEASE: Thursday, December 21, 2017


Joel Devalcourt, Regional Director, 415-543-6771 x318,

Beth Fraker, Director of Communications, MidPen Housing, 650-356-2913

Redwood City, Calif.—Greenbelt Alliance is excited that Redwood City enthusiastically approved the Bradford Senior Housing project by MidPen Housing.

After more than a decade of work to transform a vacant downtown lot into senior affordable homes, this project will bring to fruition Redwood City’s long-held vision for a 100% affordable community in the award-winning downtown area.

Greenbelt Alliance is thrilled that these 117 new homes will provide more than 30% of the city’s affordable units planned for this neighborhood.

Bradford Senior Housing is in a very walkable and transit-friendly location. It is within half a mile of the Redwood City Sequoia Transit Center and Caltrain stop. The project will also provide a community amenity in the form of a publicly accessible multi-use path adjacent to Redwood Creek. This trail will open new opportunities for residents to enjoy a historically important, tidal-influenced waterway that connects to San Francisco Bay.

As a great example of smart infill development, this project supports the local economy, relieves development pressure on the region’s open spaces, and offers a host of other environmental and quality of life benefits.

Greenbelt Alliance is proud to endorse this project.


About Greenbelt Alliance’s Endorsement Program: To ensure that the Bay Area grows in ways that enhance the quality of our communities and protects what makes our region special, we need more people saying “yes” to the right development in the right places. Since the 1980s, we have provided independent validation of individual developments and neighborhood-scale projects and plans. Learn more at

About Greenbelt Alliance: Greenbelt Alliance addresses a single challenge: how the Bay Area handles growth. We shape the rules that govern growth to protect the region’s open spaces and to ensure everyone can live in a thriving neighborhood. For nearly 60 years, we have shaped the amazing places of the Bay Area.

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