In March 2017 Housing Trust was proud to attend the groundbreaking ceremony for Second Street Studios – San Jose’s first 100% permanent supportive housing development.
Housing Trust Silicon Valley has made a $4 million acquisition loan to Affirmed Housing for an 87 home development in San Jose – which will be modeled closely on a previous project we helped fund, Villas on the Park.
Housing Trust Silicon Valley, a nonprofit community development financial institution (CDFI) based in San Jose, has utilized the Supportive Housing Fund, a joint fund with the County of Santa Clara, to loan $10 million to Abode Services to acquire 2904 Corvin Drive in Santa Clara for 144 homes – all of which would be affordable and…
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…
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.
For the past 17 years, Applied Materials has been committed to supporting Housing Trust Silicon Valley’s efforts to improve the lives of low and moderate income individuals and families by creating affordable housing opportunities.
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors has approved an additional $11.9 million allocation for the Housing Trust Silicon Valley’s Supportive Housing Fund to help affordable housing developers acquire land and pay predevelopment costs for new projects.