More than just a roof over your head, resident services at Colibri Commons will include after-school and summer programs for youth, health and wellness programs, and, for tenants with functional needs, assistance in maintaining independence.
Líderes locales inauguraron el viernes el terreno donde será construido un complejo de apartamentos que ofrecerá alquileres a bajo costo en el condado San Mateo. Colibri Commons, estará ubicado en el 965 de Weeks Street en East Palo Alto. El lugar incluirá 136 nuevos apartamentos tipo estudio y de una a cuatro habitaciones.
Community partners and public- and private-sector stakeholders came together to celebrate the groundbreaking of Colibri Commons, a co-development of EPACANDO and MidPen Housing.
The vision for Colibri Commons is to address East Palo Alto’s crucial need for affordable housing options amid Silicon Valley’s sky-high real estate market, where tech giants swell the cost of living, the community has been long-clamoring for relief, the project is a symbol of hope.
In their new roles, Potluri and Carman share executive oversight of a team of more than 50 development professionals who are advancing a pipeline of 5,000 affordable homes, including nearly 1,500 currently under construction.
U.S. Rep. Jimmy Panetta highlighted Housing Matters’ Harvey West Studios, set to become Santa Cruz County’s largest permanent supportive housing project. MidPen Housing is serving as development consultant.
The LGMG awards include $10 million to MidPen Housing for the development of a 75-unit affordable housing project located in San Francisco. The project has received more than $20 million in local funding, including an Educator Housing loan from the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development. The project will be affordable to households earning between 30% and 120% of the Area Median Income (AMI) and have an occupancy preference for employees of the San Francisco Unified School District or San Francisco Community College District.
Finally, there is visible momentum surrounding Santa Rosa’s often neglected and underappreciated Roseland neighborhood. That is good news for residents, businesses and the entire community.
The Board unanimously approved amendments to the RESHAP Development Plan and Agreement to increase the number of supportive housing units from 309 to a minimum of 332. The project by MidPen Housing Corporation, the Alameda Point Collaborative, Operation Dignity, and Building Futures with Women and Children (Collaborating Partners) will sit at the corner of West Midway Avenue and Pan Am Way.
Sonoma County Supervisor Chris Coursey: “I’m thrilled to see work get started, and I can’t wait to see new residents moving in to this terrific addition to the neighborhood.”