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SAHA begins construction on Camino 23 - affordable housing in San Antonio at 23rd Ave. and International Blvd. in Oakland.
Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA) breaks ground on 28 high quality, geographically equitable apartments for low-income families and formerly homeless in Oakland’s Upper Laurel neighborhood.
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.
SAHA’s Harper Crossing will break ground on 42 new affordable rental homes to low-income seniors in Berkeley.
Re-model rekindles old values and brings new life to senior housing in Berkeley. Historic Strawberry Creek Lodge will re-open with seismic and building upgrades for 150 low-income seniors in Berkeley.
On Tuesday, July 21, Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA), along with Oakland Housing Initiatives, Inc., will celebrate the grand opening of Lakeside Senior Apartments, 92 affordable homes for low-income and formerly homeless seniors in the Eastlake District of Oakland. The new community will provide affordable homes and comprehensive support services for people ages 55 and older with low incomes, with 32 of those homes set aside for seniors with special needs.
New affordable homes provide hope for low-income renters in Walnut Creek. SAHA’s Arboleda Apartments provides a quality, affordable alternative for low-income families and people with special needs in Walnut Creek.
Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA) and Beacon Communities break ground on 50 high quality, green apartments for low-income seniors in Modesto.
With the help from Contra Costa County, Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA) was able to turn a vacant and foreclosed building in Concord in to affordable apartments for low-income families, and individual with special needs.
Parents, residents, advocates, partners and supporters celebrated the grand opening of Jack Capon Villa, a landmark project for Alameda’s engaged and growing community of people with developmental disabilities.