View a list of Mercy Housing's properties in California.
Edith Witt Senior Community
San Francisco, California
Edith Witt Senior Community is an 11-story high-rise building that consists of 106 studio and one-bedroom apartments for very low-income seniors.
Mercy Housing Californa
Affordable Housing Development
Mercy Housing California is the largest regional division of Mercy Housing. Mercy Housing California has developed 125 properties across 36 counties in California serving low- and very low-income working families, seniors, persons formerly homeless individuals and people with disabilities. To date, Mercy Housing has developed 10,654 affordable homes in California including 7,652 rental homes and 3,002 single family homes.
Mercy Housing California improves the lives of thousands of residents through the development of affordable housing. Our experienced development staff recognizes possibilities and creates new opportunities where none are obvious. Mercy Housing California's development expertise covers the full spectrum of housing solutions including:
- Multifamily rental homes
- High-rise, mixed-use properties
- Supportive, single-room occupancy housing for formerly homeless individuals
- Preservation and rehabilitation developments
Regardless of the scale and population served, each Mercy Housing community is built with an unwavering commitment to dynamic partnerships, creative vision and extensive community planning. We understand that the heart of a new community is built over time through the early and consistent engagement of community members. Mercy Housing's development team is skilled at creating dynamic and informed relationships with the local community - relationships that lead to comprehensive design and a prioritization of community needs.
View a complete list of Mercy Housing's affordable rental properties in California.
Homeownership, Community Development and Housing Rehabilitation services
Mercy Housing California provided these services until May 2011. Mercy Housing California has subsequently transferred these programs to NeighborWorks Sacramento. For more information, we encourage you to visit their website: www.nwsac.org