San Francisco Business Times honors Paseo and Vista Estero, key communities that helped revitalize of a former industrial site on the Oakland waterfront.
Residents will soon move into a Redwood Shores hotel set to be turned into an affordable senior housing facility, with MidPen Housing and Mental Health Association of San Mateo County at the helm.
Housing Santa Cruz County kicked off its arrival with a virtual meeting that was attended by more than a 100 community members and housing advocates across the county, including MidPen.
A vision for a better future in California: Gold Nugget Winner Celestina Gardens / Fetters Apartments reflects the needs of an intergenerational community
Resident Alexandra Rocha-Alvarez and her family moved to Jardines del Valle when she was 4 years old. Now 20 years old and a student at Yale, Alex is sharing her pandemic story.
Our Downtown San Mateo development will begin construction on 225 homes in November 2021.
Outlawed racist covenants still make it illegal to build affordable housing throughout the Bay Area. VP of Housing Development Lillian Lew-Hailer explains why income is a proxy for race.
MidPen’s Monique Davis, Associate Director of Design and Construction, helps bridge the gap between housing and sustainability, revitalizing the Bay Area and changing lives. Learn how Monique is making moves at MidPen, showing by example the possibilities for women and POC in the world of affordable housing.
Newly completed Paseo Estero and Vista Estero, as well as Foon Lok West, currently in construction, are some of Oakland’s largest construction projects.
An investment group failed to sell $2.4 billion in bonds to finance the Brightline West high-speed rail project. Housing advocates hope those funds can help ease the state’s home shortage.