Projects

Eddy & Taylor Family Housing

Location: San Francisco, CA
TOAH Fund Financing: $7.2 million
Housing Units: 153
Retail Space: 12,000 square feet

The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp. is developing a parking lot into a 14-story building with affordable housing and retail space planned to attract a grocery store to this underserved community. The site is located just two blocks from the Powell Street BART station, a major transit hub in San Francisco.

Leigh Avenue Senior Apartments

Location: San Jose, CA
TOAH Fund Financing: $2.9 million
Housing Units: 64
Retail Space: 7,000 square feet

First Community Housing, a pioneer of green building in the Bay Area, will build a mixed-use, affordable, green, senior housing development in San Jose. All 64 units will be affordable, senior housing and 35% will be dedicated to residents needing in-home services. The commercial space will house dental offices. The development is located near a VTA Light Rail station and the developer plans to provide free transit passes for all residents.

West Grand Development

Location: Oakland, CA
TOAH Fund Financing: $1.8 million
Housing Units: 117
Retail Space: 20,000 square feet

The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation will build a mixed-use affordable housing and commercial development in the San Pablo Avenue Corridor, a major rapid transit corridor connecting West Oakland to several cities in Alameda County. The West Grand Development will include 117 units of affordable housing, along with a ground-floor community space and childcare center. The site has access to AC Transit bus lines and BART.

5th & Howard

Location: San Francisco, CA
TOAH Fund Financing: $4.0 million
Housing Units: 172
Retail Space: 9,000 square feet

The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation will build a 172-unit, mixed-income rental housing development with 35% of the units reserved for low income families. The building will also feature ground floor retail and commercial space. The site is located in the South of Market neighborhood near several major bus lines and the Powell BART station.

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