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Concord to pay $5.5 million to help build affordable housing

Resources for Community Development wants to build what it calls “1313 Galindo,” a $25 million project that would house veterans, seniors, small families and people with disabilities. Forty of the units would be either one or two bedrooms. The $5.5 million piece was the first major money infusion for the project, said Alicia Klein, RCD’s senior project manager…


The Home Depot Foundation supports veterans housing in Oakland

Resources for Community Development has received a grant of $500,000 from The Home Depot Foundation (THDF) to fund construction at Embark Apartments for veterans in Oakland. This gap financing is increasingly important, given how rapidly construction prices are increasing…


Marin supervisors approve $1.5M for Victory Village

Marin County supervisors unanimously approved a $1.5 million grant and $1.1 million short-term loan Tuesday in an attempt to help Victory Village, a 54-unit affordable senior housing project planned for Fairfax, close a $4.85 million funding gap…