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2008 NAHB Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Award Winner for Best Affordable Housing Rental Commun Date: 04.07.2008 Publication: National Real Estate Investor Because of high housing costs in Northern California’s Bay area, local colleges had trouble attracting and keeping the...
Publication: Marin Independent Journal Author: Jim Staats An innovative housing proposal for Mill Valley teachers will be reviewed by city officials and community members this week. The proposed construction of four residential townhouse units for faculty rental at 35 Forrest...
Publication: Marin Independent Journal Author: Jennifer Upshaw Rebuilding San Rafael Bayfront Construction on homes, grocery store, parks set for spring The land and rights to build at Loch Lomond Marina are for sale, a residential developer involved with the East...
Date: 10.05.2007 Publication: SF Business Times Author: Lizette Wilson Marin County warms – slightly – to affordable housing with political changes, truce between advocates and activists. There is a lot of talk about affordable housing in Marin County this year....
Publication: Contra Costa Times (California) Author: Theresa Harrington WALNUT CREEK — Although housing is said to be in a slump regionally, multifamily housing projects are going like gangbusters in Walnut Creek. More than 500 condos, apartments and town homes are...
Publication: BuilderOnline.com Author: Steve Zurier Under the right conditions, home builders will gladly work closely with communities to build affordable housing. “Affordable housing is good for the community, good for the city, and good for us,” says David Weekley, chairman...
Publication: BuilderOnline.com Author: Steve Zurier A school district’s rental unit proves to be the path to homeownership for a California teacher. Some people have all the luck and Katherine Nissen, 30, a teacher who manages the support program for elementary...
Publication: Contra Costa Times (California) According to the state controller’s office, the state is holding $5.1 billion in unclaimed property. The most common types of unclaimed properties are bank accounts, contents of safety deposit boxes, stocks, mutual funds, bonds, uncashed...
Publication: Contra Costa Times (California) Author: Theresa Harrington Demolition of the old buildings was completed last week in preparation for construction of a four-story, 87-unit project that will include one- and two-bedroom condos, along with six “live-work” units — a...
Frank Noey of Fremont has joined Sacramento’s largest law firm, Downey Brand LLP, in the firm’s litigation practice group. Paula Kravitz of Burlingame has been named marketing director and Sandy Herz of Menlo Park has been named as senior advancement...