Posted on: January 30, 2023
Source: San Francisco Chronicle; Author: J. K. Dineen
The 9,000-square-foot lot at 555 Kelly St. in Half Moon Bay is not much to look at. On the edge of downtown, across from a Boys & Girls Club, it features a small house and a parking lot shaded by a couple of ficus trees.
Yet, for the 1,700 farmworkers who toil in the fields and greenhouses along the San Mateo coast, the property offers a faint glimmer of hope. That’s because nonprofit developer Mercy Housing is in the early stages of a plan to build 40 units of housing there for senior farmworkers.
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