It was wonderful to see all who joined us at SP2 Communal Bar + Restaurant to enjoy food and drinks and spend an evening networking while celebrating another year of creating affordable housing opportunities in Silicon Valley!
The Housing Affordability Fund was launched with $100,000 from the California Association of REALTORS® Housing Affordability Fund plus additional donations for operational costs contributed by the Santa Clara County REALTOR® Foundation and the Silicon Valley REALTORS® Charitable Foundation.
Transition is the key word to describe both the Roosevelt Park Apartments and the downtown San Jose neighborhood where the project will be built with the help of a $4.85 million acquisition/predevelopment loan from Housing Trust Silicon Valley.
A $1,654,000, 15-year refinancing loan to Burbank Housing Development Corporation is the first loan made in Sonoma County by the Housing Trust, and part of our effort to reach communities underserved by CDFIs.
Housing Trust Silicon Valley achieved a significant milestone in its goal to help build or preserve 10,000 affordable homes in the coming decade as its TECH Fund campaign reached $20 million in commitments.
Marina, CA (August 17, 2017) The Monterey Bay Housing Trust, a collaborative effort of the Monterey Bay Economic Partnership (MBEP) and Housing Trust Silicon Valley, announced today it has exceeded its initial goal of raising $10 million.
The Monterey Bay Housing Trust, a joint program of the Monterey Bay Economic Partnership and Housing Trust Silicon Valley, is providing a $200,000 loan to New Ways Homes for 180/2020 Permanent Supportive Housing to jump start the construction of new supportive housing for homeless individuals in Santa Cruz County. The new development will create as…
Board Member John Bruno considers Housing Trust Silicon Valley the perfect example of what his mother always told him – “If it’s to be, it’s up to me.”
Over the past year, 21 homeless veterans have moved into stable housing they can afford with the help of a grant from Housing Trust Silicon Valley to cover all or part of the security deposit on their new apartment.
Joseph never expected he would need to use skills learned as a Marine to get through a period of homelessness after he returned to civilian life. But his ability to troubleshoot a problem and adapt to challenging situations served him well during the time he had no place to call home.