First Community Housing, which was just recognized as an Outstanding Developer by the U.S. Green Building Council for its ongoing efforts to create buildings with sustainability in mind, received a $6.7 million loan to revamp and expand a property in Sunnyvale – which is also the home of the recently opened MidPen development Edwina Benner Plaza. Near transportation…
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.
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.
Housing Trust Silicon Valley, a nonprofit community development financial institution (CDFI) focused on affordable housing in the greater Bay Area, is pleased to announce it received a $120,000 Wells Fargo grant to help the Small Homes, Big Impact (SHBI) program build its reach and capacity.
We cannot thank you enough for making Investor Briefing 2019 our most successful one yet. Because you helped us spread the word on social media, signed up to attend or both, we had a record number of sponsors – including champion sponsors Google and Silicon Valley Bank – and over 600 people at the event.
The sun hadn’t even risen on March 29th – the day of Housing Trust Silicon Valley’s Investor Briefing – when news of NetApp making a $10 million investment in TECH Fund hit the airwaves.
Housing Trust Silicon Valley, a nonprofit community development financial institution (CDFI) focused on affordable housing in the greater Bay Area, is announcing a significant new investment in its TECH Fund, which was created to enable philanthropists and Bay Area employers to be a part of the affordable housing solution.
Investor Briefing is this Friday and we’re thrilled to use the stage at the Santa Clara Convention Center to make a special announcement: a new corporate partner has stepped forward to invest in TECH Fund – Housing Trust’s affordable housing investment vehicle.
Housing Trust is excited to announce the recipient of this year’s Housing Champion Award – Katie Ferrick, the Senior Director of Community Affairs, Sustainability and Workplace Programs at LinkedIn.
Housing Trust is happy to report that Kevin Zwick, our CEO for over 10 years, has returned from his three month sabbatical and will be speaking at Investor Briefing 2019.
Kevin’s speech at Investor Briefing will bring new insights and a fresh perspective to affordable housing.