Events

Upcoming Events

Arroyo Green, 117 affordable apartments for seniors in Redwood City. Under construction now.

Tuesday May 7th – Arroyo Green Apartments Groundbreaking, 11am-12pm

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Come celebrate the groundbreaking for Arroyo Green Apartments, 117 affordable apartments for seniors, with open space and a child care center, in downtown Redwood City. Arroyo Green Apartments is the result of the visionary partnership between MidPen Housing, the City of Redwood City, the County of San Mateo and community stakeholders. Join us for the Groundbreaking event, part of HLC’s Affordable Housing Week.

 

Paseo Estero & Vista Estero at Brooklyn Basin, a total of 211 affordable apartments for families and seniors in Oakland. Under construction now.

Wednesday May 15th – Paseo Estero & Vista Estero Groundbreaking, 10:30am-12pm

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RSVP

Come celebrate as we break ground on new affordable housing communities in Oakland and honor the housing advocacy efforts by community partners to bring this development to fruition. Paseo Estero and Visa Estero at Brooklyn Basin are best practice models for bringing much-needed affordable housing to a major metropolis: a prime city site transforms Oakland’s waterfront with an intentionally designed mixed-use, mixed-income, intergenerational and inclusionary community that is highly livable, highly walkable, beautifully designed — and will be an asset for generations to come! Join us for the Groundbreaking of Paseo Estero and Vista Estero, part of EBHO’s Affordable Housing Week.

 

Benner Plaza, 66 affordable apartments for families in Sunnyvale.

Thursday May 16th – Edwina Benner Plaza Grand Opening, 11am-1pm

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RSVP

Come celebrate the completion of Edwina Benner Plaza, 66 affordable apartments for families in Sunnyvale. Edwina Benner Plaza helps address the pressing need for affordable housing in one of the nation’s most expensive housing markets by providing 66 affordable rental apartments for households earning up to 60% of Santa Clara County area median income. Thirteen units are reserved for families that are currently homeless and another 10 are reserved for families at risk of homelessness. The community is named in honor of Edwina Benner, who served as Sunnyvale mayor – and California’s first female mayor – from 1924 to 1926. She served again as mayor in 1938-40. Join us for the Grand Opening program and Ribbon Cutting Celebration, part of SV@Home’s Affordable Housing Week.