New senior housing coming to Oak Park (Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency)


From Sacramento News & Review:

After years of behind the scenes work and collaborations between the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency, Itasker Hollins Community Economic Development Corporation and development partner Related California, a new affordable senior housing development on 39th street and Broadway began construction on July 28. 

Santa Clara County Housing Authority awarded $25 Million in competitive Low-Income Housing Tax Credits for the development of an 89-unit senior housing community in San Jose


From SCCHA's press release:

The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee announced that Santa Clara County Housing Authority would receive a highly competitive Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) award for $25 million for an 89-unit senior housing development in San Jose called Alvarado Park. The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee approved 27 projects that will produce 1,388 housing units throughout the state. 

More affordable housing on way, Wilmington, NC HA boosts senior development project


From the Port City Daily:

The local public housing authority is “getting creative” in how it supports the addition of affordable housing in the community, according to executive director Tyrone Garrett.

As part of its federal allocation of housing choice vouchers, Wilmington Housing Authority can dole out project-based vouchers to eligible developers. Vouchers are intended to assist families earning 80% or less than the county’s AMI. 

San Diego Housing Commission's Groundbreaking Celebrates Development of 306 Affordable Apartments for Seniors, Families and Individuals with Disabilities


From the San Diego Housing Commission's press release:

The new construction of more than 300 affordable rental apartments at the former site of the Sheriff’s Crime Lab will provide homes for seniors, families and individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities upon completion of three developments in collaboration with the San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) that celebrated their groundbreaking today.

Yonkers at 'beginning of a trend' of green, affordable development; what to know


From Rockland/Westchester Journal News:

Sixty new apartments planned for Mulberry Street will feature high efficiency heating and insulation to meet the greener, "Passive House" standard. They will be served by a generator to keep the power running even through brutal storms.

Each unit will also be earmarked for a senior in need of affordable housing.

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