December 12, 2022-OAKLAND, CA
This year we closed on many impactful affordable housing projects.
Mission Housing Citywide Small Sites partnering with Mission Housing Development Corporation and Western Alliance Bank.
My Angel Apartments with LA Family Housing and finance partners at Comerica Bank, the City of Los Angeles Housing Department, the Los Angeles County Development Authority, the California Community Reinvestment Corporation, the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, and the California Department of Housing and Community Development.
Santa Fe Commons I with Self-Help Enterprise and finance partners at Pacific Western Bank, the City of Tulare, and the California Department of Housing and Community Development.
Siskiyou Crossroads with Rural Communities Housing Development Corporation and finance partners at Chase, the California Department of Housing and Community Development, and the Siskiyou County Health and Human Services Agency.
78 Haight with Tenderloin Community Development Corporation and finance partner Silicon Valley Bank.
The Gardens with HumanGood Affordable housing and finance partners at Citibank, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the City of Glendale.
Wong Center Senior Apartments with Mutual Housing California and finance partners at Wong Center Inc., Bank of the West, the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency, as well as Downtown Railyard Ventures.
Central Terrace with Many Mansions and finance partners at Banner Bank, the City of Oxnard, Ventura County, the State Department of Housing and Community Development, and the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco.
Keep a lookout for our closing announcements for Walnut Grove Senior partnering with Eden and EastWest Bank and HASLO’s Shell Beach!
About Merritt Community Capital Corporation
Merritt Community Capital Corporation is a nonprofit dedicated to our mission to provide equity capital for affordable housing exclusively to California. We do this by partnering with mission-aligned affordable housing developers throughout the state to ensure the most critical communities are developed and maintained for low-income residents. Since 1989, Merritt has created and/or preserved 11,000 affordable homes, through investing over $1.2 billion in 26 separate funds, providing housing for over 29,700 people