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1064-1068 Mission Street, design by Herman Coliver Locus Architecture

Construction Underway for 1064-1068 Mission Street, SoMa, San Francisco

Recently shared photographs from an SFYIMBY reader show the state of construction for 1064-1068 Mission Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The development is poised to create mid-density housing for people experiencing homelessness once opened in the central business district with access to transit, retail, and job opportunity. The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, Mercy Housing, and the Episcopal Community Services have partnered together for the development.

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Pleasant Grove Apartments

Affordable Housing Project At 1721 Pleasant Grove Boulevard, Roseville

Roseville Planning Commission has approved a new housing project with 98 residential units that will be developed at 1721 Pleasant Grove Boulevard in Roseville. The project proposes both affordable housing and senior housing. Mercy Housing is the project developer and Eskaton is the property owner. The companies have come together to work on the project to offer affordable housing to Roseville residents.

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231 Grant Avenue Palo Alto 3D Rendering

Housing For Teachers and Staff Members Planned For 231 Grant Avenue In Palo Alto, Santa Clara County

Development permits were filed seeking the approval of constructing a teacher housing project in 231 Grant Avenue in Mayfield District, Palo Alto. The project proposal includes building 110 apartments for teachers and staff members at Santa Clara and San Mateo County schools. The project is sponsored by the County of Santa Clara, Facebook, the City of Palo Alto, and participating school districts in Santa Clara County. Mercy Housing California and Abode Communities are managing the development.

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4995 Stockton Boulevard, image by Mogavero Architects

Renderings Revealed For 4995 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento

Mercy Housing has filed for permits to construct affordable residential units on a 7.76 acres property on 4995 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento. The project proposal consists of 200 residential units. If the tickets are approved, Mercy Housing could break ground in eighteen months. The plans show that the proposed project will have 21 residential buildings, a four-story building with commercial and office space on the ground floor, seven three-story buildings with twelve units, and thirteen triplex buildings.

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