A new affordable housing infill project has been approved for development at One Hamilton Drive in Mill Valley, Marin County. The project proposal includes the development of affordable multi-family rental housing. The City of Mill Valley is the property owner, and EAH Housing is the project developer and future housing manager. Van Meter Williams Pollack is the project architect. Merrill Morris Partners is responsible for landscape architecture. Adobe Associates is the civil engineer.
The Emeryville Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for the three-building affordable housing proposal at 5890, 5900, and 6150 Christie Avenue tomorrow. The proposal will create retail and 362 homes for a mix of household sizes by the Public Market and the city’s Amtrak station. EAH Housing is responsible for the application.
The City of Emeryville is sponsoring an affordable housing development at 5890-6150 Christie Avenue next to Christie Park and close to the city’s Amtrak Station. Later this week, the Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for the three-structure infill designed by David Baker Architects. EAH Housing is the project’s developer.
The project application has been filed for a new affordable housing infill at One Hamilton Drive in Mill Valley, Marin County. The plans most recently were subject to a study session with the city’s Planning Commission. The City of Mill Valley is the property owner, and EAH Housing is the project developer and future housing manager.
Construction has started for Mission Paradise, a four-story affordable housing infill rising at 28000 Mission Boulevard in Hayward, Alameda County. The project will create 76 units for seniors residents earning between 20-80% of the Area’s Median Income. EAH Housing is the project developer.