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1100 La Avenida 1100 La Avenida will bring 100 affordable supportive rental homes near the Google Campus, Shoreline Amphitheater, and NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View.

2118 Sacramento Street Factory-Built Homeless Housing With 75 units, 2118 Sacramento Street will bring modular affordable housing for the formerly homeless to Vallejo, California.

222 Taylor Street 222 Taylor is an affordable housing project with a ground-level grocery for low-income individuals and families of the Tenderloin District.

34th and San Pablo Affordable Family Housing 34th and San Pablo Affordable Family Housing rounds out a West Oakland site with the California Hotel and the People's Garden.

355 Sango Court 355 Sango Court locate 100 affordable family homes near the BART station in Milpitas, California.

53 Colton Street Part of the Brady Block development, 53 Colton will add 96 new permanently supportive homes for formerly homeless individuals in San Francisco.

555 Larkin Affordable 108 new affordable family homes are under construction at 555 Larkin in the San Francisco Tenderloin neighborhood.

847-848 Fairfax Avenue David Baker Architects teamed up with Paulett Taggart Architects to design 847-848 Fairfax Avenue, 107 affordable public homes for two steeply sloped blocks in Hunters View.

901 Fairfax Avenue Part of the Hunters View redevelopment in San Francisco, 901 Fairfax was designed by DBA in tandem with Paulett Taggart Architects, offers 72 new affordable homes, community hub, and a child-care center.

Armstrong Place Senior Winner of a 2012 ULI Global Excellence Award, Armstrong Place Senior created 116 affordable homes for seniors in San Francisco's Bayview District.

Bayview Hill Gardens With a community garden at its heart, Bayview Hill Gardens provides 73 stable new homes for at-risk families and youth in San Francisco.

Brady Block Spanning a full block along Market Street in downtown San Francisco, Brady Block will contribute approximately 600 new units of housing, a new office building for the Local 38 Plumbers' Union, as well as ample new public realm and streetscape improvements.

Coliseum Place Coliseum Place will bring 59 new affordable home to Oakland as part of the ILFI Living Building Challenge Affordable Housing Pilot Program.

Curran House The Curran House offers 67 families an affordable refuge from the rough-and-tumble Tenderloin with green spaces, vegetable gardens, private balconies, and spacious apartments in San Francisco.

Dr. George W. Davis Senior Building The Dr. George W. Davis Senior Building features 121 affordable homes for seniors as well as a neighborhood community center in San Francisco.

Edwina Benner Plaza A vibrant multifamily community bringing 66 affordable new homes to the City of Sunnyvale.

Estuary Commons Developed by the All Bay Collective, Estuary Commons is a conceptual sustainable response to the Resilient by Design Challenge that welcomes changing tides into urban housing.

Five88 Facing the UCSF campus, this multifamily affordable building brings 200 homes and neighborhood retail to the developing Mission Bay area.

Folsom & Dore The first new building in San Francisco to be LEED Silver Certified, Folsom + Dore brought 98 healthy, sustainable homes to low-income tenants with special needs.

La Fénix at 1950 La Fénix at 1950 Mission is the first 100% affordable rental housing for San Francisco's Mission District in a decade.

La Valentina Station Adjacent to the La Valentina Light Rail Station in Sacramento, this high-density green project replaces an abandoned lot with 63 units of much-needed affordable housing.

Lakeside Senior Apartments LEED Platinum Certified and winner of the 2019 AIA COTE Top Ten Award, Lakeside Senior Housing brought 92 green affordable homes on Lake Merritt in Oakland.

Lee Walker Heights A reimagined Master Plan and increased affordable density for Asheville's original public-housing development, Lee Walker Heights will provide 400 homes.

Mayfield Place Part of the Stanford Research Park, this affordable housing activates the street with neighborhood-serving uses—a corner café and supportive services for the visually impaired.

Onizuka Crossing Family Housing Affordable family and veterans rental apartments in Sunnyvale.

Pacific Pointe Apartments Sustainable, affordable housing for the people of Hunters Point.

Page Street Studios Affordable, sustainable studio housing for San Jose.

Pensione Esperanza This modern SRO gives San Jose's downtown a signature building and an affordable housing edge.

Richardson Apartments Green, supportive studio apartments, medical clinic, and neighborhood-serving retail in Hayes Valley.

Rivermark This green affordable building is a pioneer development in West Sacramento's new Bridge District.

Rocky Hill Veterans Housing Modular housing for Veterans and their families in Vacaville.

Station Center Family Housing This LEED Platinum affordable housing is part of the California effort to add high-density uses at transit stations.

Tahanan Supportive Housing Using modular off-site construction technology to house formerly homeless adults rapidly.

Tassafaronga Village Bridging an industrial-residential border, this new Oakland village features a wide range of LEED Platinum Certified housing and repairs the deteriorated street grid.

Williams Terrace Senior housing for the Charleston Housing Authority takes inspiration from Charleston's traditional passive-climate-adapted architecture.

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