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For residents of Paradise, California, the start of construction for Cypress Lane Family represents more than just 70 future affordable apartment homes. The groundbreaking ceremony on May 17 is a hopeful new beginning for a community recovering from a devastating fire and marks a brand-new strategy to develop affordable housing more efficiently. “Nothing could be

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Sixth Street Place, a unique community in the Skid Row neighborhood, is changing the narrative of homelessness. This innovative development, located in the heart of Los Angeles, is not just about providing 93 affordable homes. It’s about offering a new beginning. Its modular construction technology and free onsite services are a sign of hope, promoting

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We were excited to host our first in-person fundraising gala since 2019, “Home is Just the Beginning,” on May 7 at the Fairmont San Francisco. Thanks to your generosity, we raised over $500,000 for crucial resident services at Mercy Housing California (MHC) communities, where residents can heal, grow, and reach their full potential. Home is

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Affordable housing and homelessness are among the top issues for California voters. While activists and elected officials continue looking for alternative ways to provide funding for new home development, several initiatives are on the ballot for you to consider when casting your vote in the upcoming election. Statewide: AB 1657 (Wicks): The Affordable Housing Bond of

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We celebrated milestones for many of our amazing developments in San Francisco and the Peninsula in May. These milestones include a “topping out” celebration for two Sunnydale communities, breaking ground on a new affordable housing community for families as part of the Transbay Redevelopment Plan, updates on 555 Kelly in Half Moon Bay, and more.

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If you were given a blank canvas and a drawer full of colored pencils and paints, what would you make? Would you use all the colors? Or stick to just a few? For senior residents at Linbrook Court in Anaheim, California, art has become a way for them to express their thoughts and feelings. It

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Built using modular construction technology, the new Skid Row-area permanent supportive housing community provides 93 affordable homes for people experiencing homelessness, as well as free onsite services designed to promote stability and wellness. At the Corner of Sixth and San Julian Streets  Officials, residents, and many valued community partners gathered with nonprofit affordable housing developer

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Mercy Family Ribbon Cutting

“We should all be shining lamps, giving light to those around us.” – Catherine McAuley, Foundress of The Sisters of Mercy The Sisters of Mercy founded Mercy Housing in 1981. With the vision of providing affordable housing with Resident Services to people with low incomes, these visionary Sisters laid the foundation for Mercy Housing to

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On March 5, San Francisco voters sent a strong message: we all support homes we can afford! More than two-thirds of voters ushered in Proposition A, a bond measure that could add around 1,500 new affordable homes to the city’s housing stock. Proposition A will create a $300 million funding source to build and preserve

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One of California’s most successful strategies in the fight against homelessness has been converting old, under-used hotels to affordable housing. In January, Mercy Housing California (MHC) was proud to re-open Sacramento’s century-old Capitol Park Hotel as The St. Clare at Capitol Park, welcoming new residents to 134 permanent supportive apartment homes. The architectural majesty of

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