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.
A huge canvas mural of fluttering butterflies now hangs over Moon Gate Plaza in Salinas’ Chinatown, a testament to transformation and renewal — much like the story of this historic but troubled neighborhood.
“They went from nothing affordable to having a really great approach. The city is super eager to get things built,” said MidPen CEO Matt Franklin. “While they have a fee option, the city’s attitude is really, ‘We don’t want your money, we want you to find a partner and
The City of Oakland, in partnership with MidPen Housing and the Oakland Housing Authority hosted a press conference today to celebrate the opening and resident move-in of Vista Estero and Paseo Estero, two new affordable housing communities. When fully realized, Brooklyn Basin will be a new mixed-use, mixed-income neighborhood