A pilot program could begin as early as August and would offer up to 50,000 transit passes to riders, including residents at four MidPen communities.
After five years of development, a local nonprofit developer broke ground Wednesday on 57 units of affordable housing in Live Oak. Said MidPen CEO Matt Franklin: “This was remarkably hard to bring all of this together.”
A new report from the Terner Center for Housing Innovation shows the impact and potential of California’s Homekey Program, which funds the conversion of hotels and other properties for use as interim or permanent housing for people experiencing homelessness. Homekey used unprecedented levels of state funding to create more than 8,000 homes at more than 100 projects for the Californians who need them most.
Last year, we partnered with County of San Mateo to transform a hotel into 95 permanent supportive homes. Shores Landing welcomed formerly unhoused residents home, offering a safe and stable community to provide and connect residents with the resources and services to change their lives.
City and County leaders joined MidPen in celebrating the start of construction on Fair Haven Commons, 72 affordable apartments for families and households with supportive housing needs.
Susan True, CEO of Community Foundation Santa Cruz County shares a great lesson as the world navigates the past 20 months: Continue to care for each other, for as long as it takes.
Construction will soon begin on an affordable housing apartment complex and public parking garage project in downtown San Mateo called Kiku Crossing to address the dearth of affordable housing, with developers and the city excited about the project’s potential.
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Salinas city officials follow a set of rules when creating or designating something as “affordable housing” – like Moon Gate Plaza – and above all, the plan must conform to the Salinas General Plan.
Silicon Sage development property slated to be sold to MidPen Housing