City, County, faith, and private-business sector leaders join MidPen to celebrate the Groundbreaking of Immanuel-Sobrato Community, 108 affordable supportive apartments for formerly homeless individuals.
California state lawmakers will wrap up their legislative session later this week, after months of debating bills related to the COVID-19 pandemic, schools, housing, law enforcement and just about every other issue facing the Golden State.
Our new City of Livermore community has begun construction on 45 affordable homes for adults with developmental disabilities and includes the preservation of a historic home onsite, coming summer 2022.
MidPen Housing, an affordable housing developer that traces its roots to Stanford University and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, has bought a site near offices of major tech companies, as well as some smaller players.
In addressing the homelessness crisis, MidPen transformed a Redwood Shoes hotel into 95 affordable homes for ELI households. Shores Landing is part of California’s $848 million Project Homekey effort, focused on getting unsheltered residents indoors.