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  • EAH Housing to Develop Affordable Bay Area Project

    The City of Emeryville has tapped nonprofit developer EAH Housing, an affordable housing specialist, to develop a new mixed-use affordable apartment property at 3706 San Pablo Ave. in the city.

    West 28 March 2014 15:45
  • EAH Housing Awarded Contract to Develop New Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing Community in Emeryville

    A new affordable housing project is set to near reality after the City of Emeryville announced that it had picked the company that would handle an important project for the community. According to a recently released press statement, Emeryville local authorities have selected EAH Housing, the oldest nonprofit housing management and development organization in the western US. EAH then went on to select the architecture firm that will provide the design for the project, and the developer settled on KTGY Group, Inc.

    San Francisco 28 March 2014 00:06

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