Berkeleyside reports from the grand opening celebration of Jordan Court, and reflects upon the community need to provide affordable housing for seniors.
The East Bay Times reports on the grand opening of Veterans Square, and details the dozen-year process in making the project a reality in downtown Pittsburg.
A home is more than a roof over one's head. Read more about how SAHA resident and veteran, J.C. found community and an opportunity to begin again at Veterans Square.
Alta Madrone wins Affordable Housing Finance's 2022 Readers' Choice Award for outstanding development in a rural community.
KQED News reports on Jordan Court's road to completion, and the increasing role churches play in developing affordable housing.
Alta Madrone has been named the Best Affordable Housing Community at the Gold Nugget Awards.
The Daily Cal reports on the grand opening of Jordan Court, and details the partnership between All Souls Episcopal Parish and SAHA that brought the project to reality.
The North Bay Business Journal names Alta Madrone as one of the winners of their 2021 Top Projects in the North Bay Awards.
The Independent reports on the Livermore Planning Commission's approval of the inital plans for Pacific Avenue Senior Apartments, a 140-unit development between SAHA and Interfaith Housing.
The Sonoma Index-Tribune reflects upon SAHA's five-year effort to approve and build Alta Madrone in Sonoma.