Built on former agricultural land along Main Street in downtown Half Moon Bay, Main Street Park construction began in the early 1990s and was completed in two phases: 36 affordable family units in 1996, and 28 units in 2001. Its first phase recently underwent an extensive rehabilitation. Main Street Park maintains the charming, small-town feel of Main Street with front porches and traditional coastal architectural details like “shiplap” siding. At the center of the site is a small public park with a play structure and open space. Adjacent to the park is the community building, computer center, and management office. Main Street Park was awarded the Gold Nugget award for Best Affordable (Attached) Property at the 2002 Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC) and Project of the Year from Merritt Community Capital Corporation.