A ribbon cutting ceremony held earlier this week marked the grand opening of a supportive housing project at 2118 Sacramento Street in Vallejo. The project proposal includes the construction of modular homes offering 75 units of 100% permanent supportive housing to individuals and families experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness. Eden Housing is the project developer, in partnership with James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corp.
Daly City has selected Eden Housing and The Core Companies to develop plans for a portion of the mixed-use neighborhood on the former Serramonte Del Rey school campus in Daly City, San Mateo County. The project will replace the 22-acre campus in the Jefferson Union High School District with over a thousand homes.
City officials and the development team gathered yesterday afternoon to celebrate the opening of Randall, a new affordable apartment complex in Healdsburg, Sonoma County. The development has replaced a former wood mill with 41 affordable homes. Eden Housing partnered with Replay Resorts to head development. Eden will serve as property management for future residents.
The State of California has certified the environmental study for Oak Hill Apartments, an affordable housing proposal in San Quentin, Marin County. The decision gives the green light to pursue construction, avoiding the need for local approval from the notoriously anti-housing county staff. Eden Housing and Education Housing Partners are joint developers.
The preliminary permit application has been filed for a multi-structure affordable residential complex around 675 East Santa Clara Street in San Jose. The plan will reshape the surface parking and make adaptive reuse of the historic first West Coast offices for IBM. The development is a joint venture with Core Companies and Eden Housing.