The grand opening of Jack Capon Villa, a "landmark project" for the developmentally disabled community, as reported by the San Jose Mercury News.
Alameda Sun announces the grand opening of Jack Capon Villa, "first in city to support developmentally disabled adults."
After a busy first year, SAHA debuted on Affordable Housing Finance's 2014 List as the country's 11th largest nonprofit developer.
SAHA's supportive housing community for formerly homeless Oakland residents is a winner of the 2014 San Francisco Business Times Real Estate Deal of the Year.
The San Francisco Chronicle photographs and profiles the young residents of Rising Oaks, a SAHA supportive housing community for youth aging out of foster care, many of whom are themselves parents.
SAHA's green housing community for formerly homeless seniors continues to win national recognition. Congratulations to Merritt Crossing and all of its partners for winning the 2014 AIA Housing Award for Architecture.
And the 19th largest real estate developer overall, according to the San Francisco Business Times 2014 Book of Lists.