Recently Completed Properties
Stargell Commons in the City of Alameda is home to 32 families and individuals, providing garden style, affordable apartments in the Alameda Landing development. Download property summary [PDF].
1701 MLK in downtown Oakland provides 25 studios and one-bedrooms to people who have been homeless or were at risk of homelessness. The residents have access to supportive services from LifeLong Medical Care to help them stabilize their housing and gain self-sufficiency. Download property summary [PDF].
William Byron Rumford Sr. Plaza in Berkeley is a community of 43 units originally developed by the South Berkeley Community Development Corporation and renovated to replaced balconies and stairs, add accessibility improvements and upgrade the exterior of the buildings.
Ashland Place offers 85 apartments to families, including 15 that are set aside for young adults who are at risk of becoming homeless, with 2,000 square feet of retail space on the corner of East 14th Street and Kent Avenue in Ashland, an unincorporated part of Alameda County. Download property summary [PDF].
Ohlone Gardens is a new multi-family and special needs housing development in El Cerrito that provides 57 affordable quality homes for families and individuals. Download property summary [PDF].
Berrellesa Palms provides seniors 62 years and older who have chronic long-term health conditions and are at risk of homelessness with a well-designed apartment home and supportive services that allow them to live independently. Download property summary [PDF].
The Ambassador offers 68 affordable homes in the heart of the Emeryville regional job center, with its diverse employment opportunities in retail, services, technology, and multimedia. It helps meet the high demand for affordable housing for families in the Bay Area. The new property consists of three buildings that provide four studios, 17 one-bedroom, 23 two bedroom, and 24 three-bedroom units, and one property manager’s unit. Download property summary [PDF].