Community Calendar

May 12, 2015

11th & Jackson Groundbreaking

Hosted by EBALDC and Oakland Housing Authority East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation has partnered with Oakland Housing Authority to build a new construction 71-unit affordable apartment building, with nearly 4,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space.  Located at the intersection of 11th and Jackson Streets in Oakland, the new development lies at the edge of the historic Oakland Chinatown neighbourhood, just a few blocks from Lake Merritt. The site is located within a rapidly gentrifying neighbourhood.  The surrounding…
May 12, 2015

Westlake Christian Terrace East Grand Re-Opening: State of the Art Affordable Housing After 50 Years of Service

Hosted by Christian Church Homes Our ribbon cutting for Westlake Christian Terrace East’s Grand Re-Opening celebrates the recently completed renovations at Westlake East which will preserve 200 affordable apartments and provide residents More Than A Home for the next 50 years to come.  Westlake East is one of the first affordable senior housing communities developed by Christian Church Homes (CCH) utilizing HUD 202 funding in 1964.  For over five decades, it has been a home to low-income seniors in Oakland,…
May 12, 2015

Westlake Christian Terrace East Grand Re-Opening: State of the Art Affordable Housing After 50 Years of Service

Hosted by Christian Church Homes Our ribbon cutting for Westlake Christian Terrace East’s Grand Re-Opening celebrates the recently completed renovations at Westlake East which will preserve 200 affordable apartments and provide residents More Than A Home for the next 50 years to come.  Westlake East is one of the first affordable senior housing communities developed by Christian Church Homes (CCH) utilizing HUD 202 funding in 1964.  For over five decades, it has been a home to low-income seniors in Oakland,…
May 13, 2015

Creative Housing Options for an Inclusive Community

Hosted by Multi-faith ACTION Coalition Shelter and Housing Task Force This workshop will provide an opportunity for the many stakeholders to have a discussion on the issues around planning a community of the future designed for everyone – persons with extremely low income, young professionals, families, seniors, lower income workers, businesses, and others who seek the convenience of downtown living with alternative transportation options.