Redefining downtowns

How Peninsula cities have completely transformed their civic centers, with the inclusion of communities like Arroyo Green in Redwood City.

Federal Housing Deputy Secretary Tours New Affordable Housing On Waterfront

Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Adrianne Todman toured MidPen’s Paseo Estero and Vista Estero at Brooklyn Basin on Tuesday and spoke with Oakland officials, including Mayor Libby Schaaf, about Oakland’s housing supply, homelessness challenges and community development goals.

Citing new report, Bay Area mayors and advocates call to strengthen Homekey

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.