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New $64 Million Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing Development Breaks Ground in Emeryville

OAKLAND, CA – International award-winning firm KTGY Architecture + Planning announces that nonprofit developer, manager and advocate of affordable housing EAH Housing and the City of Emeryville celebrated the ground-breaking of a new 86-unit transit-oriented mixed-use residential development, at 3706 San Pablo Avenue in the downtown area of Emeryville, Calif.


The new $64 million multi-family rental community answers the demand for more family-friendly housing near transit and will provide up to four-bedroom apartment homes to households earning 30 to 60 percent of Alameda County’s area median income. Walk Score gave the location a score of 90, calling it a “Walker’s Paradise.” Residents can walk to the MacArthur BART station, which is just 0.7 miles away, or take a bus from the property to BART. Walk Score also called the location “Very Bikeable.”


“We recognize that California, specifically the Bay Area, has been in a housing crisis for a while,” said Mary…


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