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Mercy Housing Southeast Receives $2 Million Gift from the Yield Giving Open Call Atlanta, GA– Today, MacKenzie Scott through Yield Giving announced Mercy Housing Southeast as one of the Yield Giving Open Call’s awardees for working with people and in places experiencing the greatest need in the United States. Mercy Housing Southeast received $2 million

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While building new, affordable homes is a necessity, preserving and taking care of existing communities is just as important! By upgrading existing communities, Mercy Housing can supply more affordable housing opportunities for the long-term. Timbercreek Apartments The major renovation at Timbercreek Apartments is off to a great start. Once complete, each home will feature new

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3/14/2024

Still Growing

Collaboration is the foundation on which Mercy Housing Mountain Plains communities are built. Just in time for the 2023 holidays, we welcomed families at two brand-new properties in Colorado: Northfield Commons and The Rose on Colfax. We also broke ground on Glendale Senior, which will soon be home to 148 seniors. Our development pipeline has

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“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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Growing up at Mercy Housing In 1993, Maryssa Cazares Tamayo and her family moved to 111 Jones Street in San Francisco. “It was almost by fluke,” she recently shared. “My mom was walking down the street, and somebody just handed her an application.” Her mom’s English was limited as she and her husband had recently

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In partnership with Sound Transit, the Amazon Housing Equity Fund, and The Arc of King County, Mercy Housing Northwest broke ground on our sixth equitable transit-oriented development in December. Mercy Angle Lake Family Housing will showcase 130 new affordable, energy-efficient homes, with dedicated residences reserved for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. The community offers

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Kristi Park is the owner of Biodesign Studios, a landscape, urban design, and public art studio based in Seattle and Bellingham. “For me, public art has always been more of a side hustle. Much of our work as a studio focuses on landscape design,” said Kristi. But after seeing a call for art installations inside

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In Washington state, House Bill 2276, sponsored by Rep. April Berg (D-44), and Senate Bill 6191, sponsored by Senator Noel Frame (D-36), collectively known as the Affordable Homes Act, would create a permanent and dedicated funding source for affordable housing in Washington State by adding a modest 1% to a new program mirroring existing real

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