We're off to a strong start in 2017! Across the Bay Area, our communities have raised their voices by voting for new funding to support affordable housing, recognizing that it is necessary for a just, fair, and inclusive world.
“I was looking forward to this – I never expected it would be so…bountiful!”
Tabora Gardens Senior Apartments is one of the first projects in the state to provide permanent, affordable housing for veterans with assistance from the HCD Veterans Housing and Homeless Prevention Program.
AHA merged with Satellite to form SAHA, and we continue to be committed to developing housing for those with the fewest options.
On October 20, SAHA celebrated breaking ground on Tabora Gardens Senior Apartments, the new construction of 85 apartments for seniors aged 55 and older with 43 homes set aside for veterans, chronically homeless veterans, people with disabilities and people with HIV/AIDS.
Executive Director, Susan Friedland shares SAHA's experience developing co-housing with The New York Times.
We are honored to announce that Lakeside Senior Apartments won the Affordable Housing Finance Readers' Choice Award in the senior category.
This fall is shaping up to be an important season for affordable housing in the Bay Area. With three bond measures on the ballot, a ground breaking, major awards, and a story in the New York Times, the staff at SAHA are working hard to raise awareness, funds, and support to meet the needs in the communities we serve. We hope we can count on your support!
SAHA's Arboleda Apartments and Strawberry Creek Lodge both won 2016 PCBC Golden Nugget Awards for their exceptional design, planning, and development.
SAHA's Tabora Gardens, an 85-unit complex for low-income seniors in Antioch was featured in the East Bay Times. This much needed housing is estimated to be complete in January 2018. Read the full story!