Communities in Development

MidPen boasts a robust development pipeline in order to meet the need for affordable housing in the Bay Area. We offer our best ideas, resources, and expertise to find and further much-needed solutions to the affordable housing crisis. Our communities in development include:

Cypress Point Family Community

Cypress Point Family Community is a proposed affordable housing community on a 10.875-acre site in Moss Beach, unincorporated San Mateo County. The 71-unit development will bring much needed affordable housing to the Midcoast region, while a thoughtful site design will preserve a significant amount of open space on the site and integrate the community with the existing neighborhood.

Roseland Village

Roseland Village is a neighborhood center that is proposed to be developed on a 7.4 acre property at the former shopping center site at the intersection of Sebastopol Road and West Avenue, Santa Rosa.
Roseland Village is a public/private partnership between MidPen Housing and the Sonoma County Community Development Commission, and is a development proposal which aligns with community-led efforts to strengthen Roseland’s economic resiliency, expand housing choice, and improve community health.

Mission Boulevard, between D St. and E St. Union City

MidPen is pleased to present a proposal to partner with Union City to build a new housing community located on Mission Boulevard, between D St. and E St. In a collaborative effort to address the need for affordable homes for individuals and families in Union City, MidPen and the City propose to build a housing community that recognizes the values of the City and the neighborhood. In order to achieve the City’s vision, MidPen proposes an authentic and inclusive community engagement process that seeks to balance the goals of understanding and honoring the existing community fabric while at the same time providing affordable housing opportunities for individuals and families.

Francis Scott Key Annex Educator Housing

The future development on school district-owned land in San Francisco will serve as a contemporary model for how cities and school districts can work collaboratively to address housing affordability, attract and retain qualified teachers, and maintain a workforce to adequately prepare our youth for the future. To realize this vision requires an authentic, inclusive, and robust community engagement process that aligns the desire to enhance and preserve the existing neighborhood character and amenity resources with an equally important goal of creating new affordable housing opportunities for teachers, para-educators and their families.

 

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