Housing Trust Silicon Valley, Santa Rosa Metro Chamber Create Sonoma County Housing Fund to Spur Critically Needed Affordable Housing

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Housing Trust Silicon Valley, Santa Rosa Metro Chamber Create Sonoma County Housing Fund to Spur Critically Needed Affordable Housing

Housing Trust Silicon Valley, Santa Rosa Metro Chamber Create Sonoma County Housing Fund to Spur Critically Needed Affordable Housing

The Santa Rosa Metro Chamber, a business and economic advocate leading the Sonoma County region, has partnered with Housing Trust Silicon Valley, a nonprofit community development financial institution (CDFI) focused on affordable housing in the greater Bay Area, to create the Sonoma County Housing Fund – a collaborative effort to bring critically needed affordable housing to the region.

Ralph, a formerly homeless army veteran, with his dog Babygirl at their favorite spot at Second Street Studios

Success Stories, Updates

Meet Ralph and Babygirl

Ralph, a formerly homeless army veteran, with his dog Babygirl at their favorite spot at Second Street Studios

One of the residents of First Community Housing‘s recently opened Second Street Studios is Ralph, an army veteran who grew up in Colorado but moved to California to be closer…

Phillip and Marjorie - with their dog Sasha - at home at Edwina Benner Plaza in Sunnyvale

Success Stories, Updates

Meet Phillip and Marjorie

Phillip and Marjorie - with their dog Sasha - at home at Edwina Benner Plaza in Sunnyvale

Edwina Benner Plaza has 66 homes – and we’d like you to meet a family from one of them: Phillip and Marjorie, who have spent more than thirty years living in the Bay Area.

Edwina Benner Plaza in Sunnyvale

Updates

Edwina Benner Plaza Becomes a Home in Sunnyvale

Edwina Benner Plaza in Sunnyvale

During Affordable Housing Week we celebrated the grand opening of Edwina Benner Plaza with MidPen Housing and their partners. The development got its name after California’s first female mayor, Edwina Benner, who served as mayor of Sunnyvale from 1924 to 1926 and again from 1937 to 1938.

Ruby Street Apartments rendering

Newly Funded, Updates

In Alameda County: 72 Affordable Homes for Castro Valley

Ruby Street Apartments rendering

Housing Trust has made a $4.6 million loan to Eden Housing for Ruby Street Apartments. As our 8th loan in Alameda County in the last six years, this Castro Valley loan continues Housing Trust’s regional expansion and brings the total number of affordable homes Housing Trust has helped finance there past 500.