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See Our Work in Northern California

See some of our successful projects with partners in Northern California.

Asian Health Services

Asian Health Services (AHS) transformed a three-story, 15,000 square-foot restaurant building into a community health clinic for primarily low-income Asian and Pacific Islanders in Oakland’s Chinatown.
  • The clinic has 20 exam rooms and will serve about 9,800 patients annually through some 39,000 visits.
  • The clinic offers comprehensive primary care services in English and 10 Asian languages to Oakland city and Alameda County residents.
  • Having the clinic increases AHS’ capacity to address the growing demand for comprehensive primary care services by more than 30 percent.
  • Enterprise Community Investment, Inc. provided a $10.5 million New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocation. Chase was the equity investor for the full allocation.

Jack Capon Villa

Located in the city of Alameda, Jack Capon Villa will provide permanent affordable apartments for adults with developmental disabilities to live independently.
  • The villa features 18 one- and two-bedroom, wheelchair accessible apartments, a community room, a computer lab and an onsite manager’s apartment.
  • Developed by SAHA and Housing Consortium of the East Bay, the villa is constructed with environmentally friendly building materials and located just two blocks from the Park Street shopping district.
  • Scheduled to open in December 2013, the villa is named after the late Jack Capon, who founded the Special Olympics program in Alameda and served as its volunteer director from 1973 to 1999.

Satellite First Communities

Originally built between 1969 and 1970 through the HUD Section 236 program, Satellite First Communities is a series of senior housing developments located in Oakland and Berkeley. Starting in 2012, five buildings underwent rehabilitation bringing structural improvements, system upgrades and green features while preserving affordability for an additional 20 years.
  • Enterprise brought nearly $21 million in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) equity for the rehabilitation work, which was directed by Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA).
  • The five buildings provide a total of 344 senior apartments with locations in Oakland’s Uptown area, Chinatown district, Piedmont Avenue neighborhood, foothills and in downtown Berkeley.
  • No resident was displaced during the rehabilitation work, varying in duration from eight to 12 months.
  • Supportive services are provided to residents, including monthly wellness programs, community services brought onsite, scheduled social events and transportation provided for health care services, shopping and other activities.

Hunters View

Hunters View is the first public housing project being revitalized under the city of San Francisco’s HOPE SF program. Enterprise is providing $28 million in equity for the HOPE SF development.
  • The first 25 families were welcomed into their Hunters View homes in January 2013, celebrating the opening of phase one apartments.
  • This multi-year, multi-phase effort will replace all of the public housing one-for-one and build affordable rental and market rate homes to create a thriving mixed-income community.
  • The program focuses on combining housing with resident services, community building, economic and workforce development and education and health services.
  • Enterprise is leading a campaign for HOPE SF to raise funds for Hunters View and the four other HOPE SF sites.
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Hunters View