Downtown Livermore Apartments
Eden Housing/Livermore Downtown Apartments is partnering with the City to develop an affordable workforce housing project on the City’s Downtown site. As currently proposed, this project would provide 130 units ranging in size from one to three bedrooms near the southeast corner or Railroad Avenue and L Street. The project will front onto a large public park, Veterans Park, which will connect to Stockmen’s Park to create a signature public open space area running from Livermore Ave. to S. L St.
Eden secured a $14.4 million grant from Alameda County and received an extension from the County to give the project more time to complete entitlements and secure tax credit financing.
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VINEYARD - About the Project
Housing Consortium of the East Bay (HCEB), in partnership with the City of Livermore, is
developing 24 units of affordable, accessible housing for very low and extremely low-income
households with histories of homelessness. The development will be comprised
of studios and 1‐bedroom units, with one 2‐bedroom unit dedicated to an on‐site
The development will also include a 10,000 square foot commercial space consisting of a commercial kitchen, dining room, and Homeless Resource Center.
The kitchen and dining room will be operated by Open Heart Kitchen, serving hot meals 5‐
7 days/week for Livermore’s homeless and low‐income neighbors.
The Homeless Resource Center will provide the following services: Showers; Laundry
Machines; Health Clinic; Mailboxes; Mental Health Services; and Case Management.
The property is a 5‐minute walk from downtown Livermore, with services, groceries,
employment opportunities, recreational activities, and public transportation in close
Housing Consortium of the East Bay’s Mission is Creating inclusive communities for individuals with developmental disabilities or other special needs through quality affordable housing in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
HCEB Owns and Manages:
- Over 40 supportive housing properties across 2 counties
- 170 households
- 5 properties in Livermore
Project Milestones: (updated August 2020)
-Site Acquired, November 2018
-Development Entitlements Approved, May 2020
-Construction Drawings Complete Target, January 2021
-Green Point Rating Gold Achieved
-Submit for Building Permit, February 2022
-Construction Financing Complete, March 2022
- City of Livermore Predevelopment & Acquisition Loan ($3.086M)
- City of Livermore Development Grant and Loan Funding ($5,260,657)
- Private Donation ($1,130,000)
- State HCD No Place Like Home ($4.75M)
- Alameda County A1 Bond ($6.197M)
- City of Dublin CDBG for Kitchen ($330,000)
- Alameda County Supervisor – District 1 ($1,500,000)
- City of Pleasanton CDBG for Kitchen - $214,012
- Housing Authority of the City of Livermore – 12 Section 8 Project Based Vouchers
-Start of Construction, June 2022
-Complete Construction, August 2023
PACIFIC AVENUE SENIOR - About the Project
Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA), in partnership with Interfaith Housing, is developing 140 units of affordable, rental housing for seniors with a preference for Veterans. The development will be comprised of 1- and 2-bedroom units, with two 2‐bedroom unit dedicated to two on‐site resident managers.
Pacific Avenue Senior will be developed in two phases. Each phase will feature its own set of residential amenities, including community rooms, on-site management offices, social services office, lobby and mail areas, small lounges, laundry, and shared resident decks. The development will be managed by a team of SAHA staff members who will provide management, maintenance, and resident services coordination.
About Satellite Affordable Housing Associates
Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA)’s mission is to provide quality affordable homes and supportive services that empowers its people and neighborhoods.
SAHA has developed over 75 communities. The communities include:
- LEED rating for all new construction developments.
- Over 4,000 residents in over 7 counties; and
- Four properties in Livermore.
Visit the new website to learn more about the project and sign up to receive updates on Pacific Avenue Senior Apartments at www.pacavelivermore.com.