The deadly shooting of seven agricultural workers in Half Moon Bay brings national attention to the scarcity of adequate housing for the workers who farm the crops. Affordable developers like MidPen are ready to do the work to build more permanent affordable units in the region.
Encompass receives $9 million for Watsonville behavioral health center on campus that includes affordable housing
Partners with nonprofit developer MidPen Housing to include a 72-unit affordable housing development on the forthcoming health campus.
In her role as Chief Real Estate Development Officer, Shwetha leads MidPen’s 40+ member development team, currently stewarding a pipeline of more than 25 development projects that will produce an additional 3,000 homes over the next five years.
At a time when the housing shortage is on full display in the Bay Area, leaders in Oakland are celebrating Foon Lok West, a new, large affordable housing community right on the Oakland estuary.
Public art at the MidPen Housing community invigorates downtown San Mateo
MidPen celebrates the Groundbreaking of Pippin Phase II, providing 80 affordable apartments for families including farmworker households
As MidPen’s new Senior Vice President, Property Management, Kasey leads a staff of 250+ and has oversight of a housing portfolio of more than 8,000 affordable rental homes across 10 San Francisco Bay Area counties.
The housing shortage is at the heart of the state’s biggest problems, and California needs to add between 1.8 million and 2.5 million homes by 2025 to ease the shortage that has driven up rents and home prices, and the Newsom administration is cracking down on jurisdictions that make it too hard to build much-needed housing.
Mogul’s Top Pioneers in Diversity and Inclusion 2022 highlights the organizations paving the way in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in their workforce.
“Rising housing costs, combined with persistent inflation for basic necessities such as gas and food, have left more Americans newly homeless and millions more fearing they’ll soon lose their homes.”