Camino 23

1245 23rd Ave., Oakland | Map
Coming Soon

Camino 23 is currently under construction, with anticipated completion in fall of 2019. This 37-unit apartment building will provide 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 bring housing for low-income individuals and families from Oakland and beyond, and further create an asset for the neighborhood. Building amenities include a community room, computer room, laundry facilities on-site, off-street parking and a fifth-floor outdoor resident patio. Camino 23 will bring a spark to a corner that has long been vacant and housing to many in need. This community is supported by many funding sources, but notably Alameda County voter-supported Measure A1 funding for affordable housing.

Estimated Completion
October, 2019
Income Level
20-60% AMI
Resident Population
  • Families
Architect
Pyatok Architects
Contractor
Cahill Contractors
Cost
$26.0 Million
Financing Partners
  • Bank of America Merill Lynch
  • California Community Reinvestment Corporation
  • California Debt Limit Allocation Committee
  • California Municipal Finance Authority
  • California Tax Credit Allocation Committee
  • California Department of Housing & Community Development
  • City of Oakland
  • County of Alameda (Measure A1 funding)
  • Federal Home Loan Bank
  • Oakland Housing Authority
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Property Manager
SAHA PM
Services Coordinator
SAHA