Developers of a $31.2 million Fairfax affordable senior housing project are struggling to assemble the money needed to build the 54-unit project amid escalating costs…
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About $48 million of city and county funds were set aside for the construction of new affordable housing in Oakland before the end of 2017…
Resources for Community Development (RCD) is pleased to announce the award of a $100,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation’s Priority Markets Program to support early development activities…
Saying there is no perfect place for a homeless services agency and that delaying action could cripple both that agency and a planned housing project permanently, the Planning Commission approved a temporary home for the Trinity Center…
Resources for Community Development, which owns rental properties for low-income residents, worked with Global Green to roll out or improve collections at eight sites throughout Contra Costa County.
The Fremont City Council Tuesday night agreed to lend $500,000 to a nonprofit developer that wants to convert a run-down motel to a complex with more than 100 affordable housing units.
The panel also voted to approve a $150,000 pre-development loan for Berkeley-based nonprofit Resources for Community Development for a 101-unit affordable housing complex…
Summer 2017 e-news
“We refer to regulations every day, all day long,” said Zohreh Khodabandelu, a project manager for Resources for Community Development, a Berkeley-based affordable housing developer that has built 2,200 homes in the Bay Area.
The Fairfax Town Council, on a 4-0 vote, has tried to settle that debate, giving a green light to plans to build Victory Village, a 54-unit senior-housing apartment complex on land owned by Christ Lutheran Church.
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“With California’s mandate to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, particularly through reduction of Vehicle Miles Travelled, what residents of multi-family housing have to say is an important addition to the discussion.”
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