Check out AHF’s Latest Issue – the Nation’s Top Affordable Housing Developers
A profile of MidPen Housing, a longtime California-based nonprofit developer and owner that’s expanding its reach. The organization makes both the AHF 50 developers and AHF 50 owners lists
Affordable Housing Developments Recognized at 2023 Gold Nugget Awards
MidPen’s Foon Lok West and Avance are among PCBC Gold Nugget Grand Award winners
Construction begins on Santa Cruz 50-unit homeless housing project
A longtime apartment complex geared toward tenants with special needs will soon more than triple in size as part of a new affordable housing project.
Supportive Housing Coming to Alameda Point
Planning Board approves RESHAP project to build 309 housing units
New plan ditches controversial marina and adds 600 apartments to Brooklyn Basin
The massive development on Oakland’s waterfront would pack in even more housing under a proposal the City Council will consider next week.
Law has streamlined hundreds of affordable housing units in Sonoma County
Over 500 affordable housing units have been approved in Sonoma County under a 2017 law that made it easier for developers to get entitlements to build below-market rate housing.
‘Hidden Crisis: Tragedy in Half Moon Bay’ | Watch full special
The mass shooting in Half Moon Bay exposed the deplorable living conditions that some farmworkers endured. Now, officials are looking for a solution.
California Investments Save More Than 700 Affordable Homes from Losing Affordability Restrictions
To ensure availability of affordable housing for lower-income Californians priced out of the rental market, the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) today announced the first of several awards from the new Portfolio Reinvestment Program.
Silicon Valley Bank’s Fall Hits Affordable Housing
Developers and syndicators lament the loss of a longtime partner and weigh the impact.
Sonoma County’s Roseland housing, commercial project faces multimillion-dollar funding gap
The county Community Development Commission faces an $18.6 million funding gap to pay for infrastructure work on the 7.4-acre site on Sebastopol Road.