1245 23rd Avenue, Oakland | Map
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Camino 23 is a 37-unit apartment building with one and two bedroom units, including one manager’s unit, in the San Antonio neighborhood of Oakland.
Surrounded by a historically rich neighborhood, this exciting project will provide housing for low-income individuals and families from Oakland and beyond. Building amenities include a community room, computer room, on-site laundry facilities, off-street parking and a fifth-floor outdoor resident patio. Camino 23 will bring spark to a corner that has long been vacant and house many in need. Residents of Camino 23 will all be earning between 20-50% of Alameda County Area Median Income. Five units are set aside for homeless households and five units are set aside for residents living with HIV/AIDS.
This community is supported by many funding sources including City of Oakland, Alameda County and the State of California. One source of funding from the State of California, the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) program has provided grant funding to make transit related improvements in addition to supporting housing development. Parterning with the City of Oakland, the AHSC funds are helping to improve the pedestrian street lights along International Boulevard—- a very timely improvement that will help guide the upcoming Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line.